CBT, CBT and more CBT. Try it and you'll like it
Sometimes, self-help books can be helpful. But they shouldn't be used in place of seeing a therapist. Instead, they're better as supplement to therapy, as a therapist can give you advice for your specific issues with mental illness. That's something a self-help book cannot do for you as well.
Very good point Mike!
Another reason self-help books shouldn't be used in place of therapy is that if a therapist gives you good advice, it's more likely to have a positive impact on you than reading the same advice out of a book. It's just human nature to be more influenced by someone telling you something than by getting it from a book.
I read the Sam Obitz book. And I agree it's a great read. I am attempting to do the Tea forms but I am unsure if I am
Doing them right...
Are the answers things that u actually feel or what u feel is right?
Are u supposed to think about the thought and dig into why u feel that way by asking question after question and then the answer by the answer to the root question or is it only a response to the initial though?
During the 20 mins a day do u go over the same thought of thoughts u have while
Sitting down? Or thoughts from the day before?
Sorry I am
Just confused on what to do
Thanks in advance for all help, and if chat is a better way to communicate I am
For it, I really wanna start helping myself
Thanks to all