“People think I’m just lazy.”
“It’s like I’m in a fog all the time.”
“Getting out of bed and showering seem impossible.”
“I can’t remember the last time I had fun or even smiled.”
“I can’t get motivated to do anything.”
“I often have the thought that everyone would be better without me.”
“I have nothing good to say about myself.”
“I never feel rested. I’m tired ALL the time.”
If you have ever found yourself uttering these words, you need to know that life is not supposed to feel this way. Maybe this has happened as the result of the loss of a loved one, and people are telling you it’s normal. Perhaps it’s something you have been experiencing your whole life, and you thought it was normal. Maybe you have been afraid to tell anyone for fear they would tell you just to snap out of it. Whatever the case may be, the time to treat your depression is always NOW. In our work together, you will find an empathic and nonjudgmental therapist who will help you pinpoint the underlying causes of your suffering and how to start feeling better.
- Learn how to cope with painful thoughts and emotions
- Make any helpful changes in sleep, diet, and physical activity
- Examine your beliefs about yourself and any thoughts that seem to be on “repeat” in your head
- Identify what has been getting in the way of you and the life you would like to be living.