At some point, most people will seek personal counselling sessions in their lifetime. I think there comes a time in everyone’s life when they have reached the limits of their own level of thinking. Issues come up in life and we just don’t have an answer anymore. When that happens it’s easy to feel lost, stuck or trapped.
There are 2 different ways I can help you. We can talk about what’s going on in your life or we can what is going on in your life. Talking is important. It feels good to get things off your chest and sometimes you can actually hear yourself coming out with the answer you need. And that’s pretty awesome.
In my experience with personal counselling sessions, most people come to see me because they can’t put their finger on the problem or the solution. All they know is they feel like crap and they shouldn’t feel this way. That’s where I come in.
I love what I do. I love it so much that I work 7 days a week so I can be available for those people who are ready to change and want to change:
- How they feel
- How they react and behave
- What they say
- What they think
- What they do
Depression is a bit of a loose term these days. Everyone can feel depressed at some stage in their life. It’s a natural human emotion.
There is a difference between feeling depressed and feeling disappointed in life. If you feel depressed it’s usually a feeling that lasts for a period of time and has no apparent trigger.
You don’t know what happened to make you feel this way but you know you feel stuck. The feeling you are stuck in can make you feel heavy, sad, unmotivated, numb, lonely and lost.
It feels like you don’t have any energy to do anything about it. When you feel disappointed in life you can usually pinpoint what has happened that’s caused you to feel sad, pissed off or overwhelmed.
The Questions To Ask Yourself Are:
- Are you still functioning?
- How long do you stay in the feeling for?
- What effect it’s having in other areas of your life?
- How often are you going through this?
What I find is, many people who feel depressed don’t actually know why they feel depressed. It’s something that just happens to them. When it happens, they get stuck in the feeling of it for a while. Then somehow, they get over it. They go back to living their normal life until….. it happens all over again.
If it’s becoming a common occurrence, you will find the feeling comes back quicker but it lasts for longer. I have found it usually has something to do with unfinished business they have in their life. I’m talking about emotional baggage.
What Is Emotional Baggage?
Emotional baggage can be any of the following:
- Relationship breakups
- Separation or divorce
- Childhood issues
- Money & finance
- Grief & Loss of a loved one
- Infidelity (affairs) & Jealousy
- Past relationships
- Fears & Phobias
- Addictions – Food, shopping, drugs, alcohol
- Abuse & Trauma
Basically, anything you have carried throughout your life and carried from relationship to relationship.Personal counselling sessions are private and confidential. You will have the opportunity to talk about what is going on and expect to have some solutions, tools and resolutions to your situation.
If you want to move forward, feel free, feel motivated and have a direction in life you can make a booking online and choose the date and time that suits you best.