THERAPY SEEMS EXPENSIVE, IS IT WORTH IT?
It is true that seeing a therapist is an added cost and a financial commitment. And, unlike rent, electricity, or food, this is a choice. The way I think of therapy is that many people spend a lot of time spinning their wheels, investing in workshops or books, going out to expensive meals or spending money on things to help “improve our lives” when really, it is not redecorating your home that needs the attention but the needed change is from within. Deciding to invest in therapy is an investment in yourself and your overall happiness. A well deserved thing to spend money on.