About a year and a half ago I started therapy. About a month ago, I ended it. I went to only one therapist. I emptied myself out to her every day. I told her about my problems at home. I told her about how my divorced parents were fighting to no end, my step-dad threatened me every day, and my parents smoked weed to the point where I would go to school smelling of it. I told her how I got bullied at school for having the pot-head parents and I told her about my parents telling me I'm worthless and that I'm the root of all of their problems. I told her about how I have been feeling this deep depression where some days I feel like it's not worth getting up to do anything. And eventually, the depression seems all right but then comes the anxiety. The feeling in the very core of your being that brings you into depths of agony that you never thought possible to achieve. The feeling of being constantly scared and sometimes unable to move for no reason at all. Out of all of this, she told me, and I quote "Zoe I truly believe that all you are experiencing is teenage angst and ADHD". At that point, I stopped going. I know I need therapy, but I'm too afraid that if I get a new therapist that I will get the same result. I just need a person who will actually understand my suffering and take it seriously. Any advice?
I'm too scared to tell anyone about my problems. People judge too much.
The right people don't judge you, such as good friends.
Also seek a therapist or counsellor, they literally get paid to hear your problems and not to judge. Also, people are selfish, they care more about their own lives than yours, which is good because they're too busy judging themselves rather than other people.
Also judgemental people probably judge themselves harshly and are insecure, so have to put others down to feel more secure within themselves.
"The less you judge others, the less you judge yourself."
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