I’m not a fan of this.
We’re all prone to mental health problems, but the best way to deal with them is to actually listen to what your doctor tells you and stop making excuses and complaining.
And if you can, listen to the advice of others who have gone through similar situations.
That’s what I do in my practice.
If you’ve been in therapy for a long time, the best advice you can give is to get out of the house.
I have clients who go through a period where they are depressed.
They’ll go to therapy and they’re not having any problems.
It’s a temporary relief.
If they need to go to the doctor or get a prescription, they don’t need to do it.
It doesn’t mean they won’t come back.
It just means they won’r need to make a different decision about their life.
If the therapist says, “You’re fine,” and you say, “Yes, I am,” the therapist’s response is to tell you to get off your meds.
If he says,