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How can you succeed at therapy? What’s the difference between doing your homework and committing to the healing process? What happens when you allow yourself to accurately label the full range of your feelings? And when does simply honoring your commitments become an act of courage? Dr. Maggie and patient “Jim” answer all of these questions and more in part two of our four-part real therapy session series.
Our goal is to show everyone that they are not alone, there is nothing wrong with them, and help guide them to a more peaceful and enjoyable way of life so if you feel any benefit from this episode please let us know by leaving an iTunes review, sharing this episode on social media and emailing a link to anyone you think would also find benefit here. Thank you.
Disclaimer: Please consult your doctor or therapist before attempting any strategies shared.
0:40 – All feelings are valid (no matter what your family told you)
2:00 – How to develop a rich emotional vocabulary
9:00 – The real usefulness of therapy
14:00 – One main reason people drop out of therapy
19:20 – Homework vs. commitments
26:20 – Overcoming presentation anxiety
29:45 – What stress feels like in the body
33:20 – Reframing emotional struggle as an act of courage
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