I do notice the changes in me, and my therapist has also said that she's seen me change throughout our appointments. She says she sees me a bit more confident and more relaxed.
She asked me to read Help Yourself: Psychotherapy Through Reason by Lucien Auger, and I'm going to share on this blog my progress as I read this book: what I discover, what I think of certain parts of the book, what I learned about myself as I was reading it...
Luckily, my depression has been under control lately. Hopefully, it is on its way of vanishing forever. My anxiety, on the other hand, seems to have gotten a bit stronger. I may seem cofident, but I've ended up crying twice this past month for some weird situations. And of course I want to avoid those situations in the future but, how am I going to cash my checks if I don't want to return to the Bank?
Yeah... I had a panic attack in a Bank... How convenient...
Long story short, I knew I was about to have a panic attack, so I tried to look as angry as I could in the Bank (my resting bitch face really helps here) so they wouldn't think/notice I was afraid and shaking, and I ended up crying my eyes out in the car while my mom tried to confort me.
So, yeah, I'm already on my way to recovery :)
How did I got to the point of needing a recovery? I have no idea. But I'm going to get out of this rough path, and I really recommend you do it too.
Until next time,