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Still not myself but...

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

I am sure that there is a light there somewhere. As I said previously, I have been here before and I know that eventually I will get out of this funk. I appreciate the comment from my previous post and I am going to take that advise to heart and really give it a try except seeing a professional. I myself tried going to school for that same type of work and therefore know what is entailed so I am going to do what all professionals do - self analyse. Not the smartest thing to do but as I said, been here before and I came out okay for a long time. I just need to work hard and make improvements in what areas that are getting me down.
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KAKIPOPUP 9/30/2010 5:41AM

    The first step in becoming a professional counselor is to self-analyze - but then you learn to let that go, because you are never objective about yourself. What you do is begin to recognize your own internal processes so that you can let them go to focus on the client/patient you are working with.

You will do whatever you can, and that is OK - take care.


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MEGSFITNESS 9/29/2010 11:15AM

    Good luck with that. I hope that you can figure out what's bugging you. Even if you don't talk to a professional, I hope you can find someone to bounce your analysis off of to get some neutral feedback. One of the most beneficial things I've had in dealing with my boughts of depression is a neutral person to give me insights into things I'm just not seeing for myself.

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