That or have problems opening up and being honest with a therapist.
I've been seeing this one psychiatrist for almost 4 years now. The guy is awesome and helps me a lot with dealing with my adhd. Still with the more sensitive matters I face with it. I honestly have issues telling him really hard core issues. Since I know if I do I will start crying, throat close up, and having to remember how horrible it feels when they happen. I hate having others see me cry so it makes it hard making myself do it. lol
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Most Helpful Guy
I was born into a family of 2 therapists. I can provide therapy to all of my friends but i cannot fix my own problems with it because i am so adept in how consultations and therapy is given. It is simply benign to me. I suppose if there is an abnormality in the therputist world, someone who doesn't just read off the book, then i most often flock to them, so far most therapist stick to the freudian way of going about things; psychoanalysis. They sit there not saying a word and don't do jack. It pisses me off simply because they consider that shit therapy and I pay you 150 per hour? Go fuck yourselves.1
Most Helpful Girl
Being 100% honest with a psychiatrist is really the only fool-proof way for them to be able to help you deal with your issues the best. I know it can often be quite tough to just voice exactly how you feel but I bet even doing just that often makes you feel better after all is said and done, literally.
Their job is to help you out so I'm sure they have zero issue or judgement of you crying. No need to worry. :)1