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Getting the most out of therapy - Part 3
Welcome to the third instalment of 'How to get the most out of therapy'. If you missed Parts 1 & 2, check them out here and here.
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How to get the most out of therapy: (3) Having Support
Having someone else in your corner is really important. Try to reach out to someone in your life, maybe a friend or a family member, and let them know a little about what you're going through. I've seen many situations where this has been an absolute turning point in someone's recovery, and a light for many people when they've been in very dark places. Getting some support on creating and cementing change also makes it more likely to happen. Maybe that someone can motivate you to face something scary, try something bold, keep you on track, or just be there when you need a cheerleader, or a shoulder to lean on. We can be strong on our own, but we're stronger together.
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