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The benefits of talking are not apparent to many people. Since I am a psychologist, it is obvious to me how talking helps people. However, the benefits of talking are not apparent to many people. Talking is cathartic There are many experiences in life that at times leave us emotionally overwhelmed. At these times, we walk around feeling emotionally charged up and filled with someonne.
Frequently, what has happened to us cannot be changed, such as when someone we love dies, a tragic accident occurs or we have learned we have a terrible illness.
When these nneed descend upon us, we feel emotionally frozen. We find ourselves stuck in a state of despair and pain. At these times, talking can help.
There is a word that captures how talking helps—catharsis. Talking le to a catharsis, which means a feeling of relief.
The charged feelings within us become less charged. Nothing has changed that caused the suffering in our lives, but talking has drained off some of the pain and jeed brings relief. I did nothing but listen. Listening gives people an opportunity to tell their story, and, in the telling, they find relief and a quieting of their emotions. I have many stories of how people benefit from talking, but the story that follows is one I will never forget.
Years ago, a woman in her late 40s arrived in my office.
She related that after a prolonged illness with cancer, her year-old son died. She later finds out that he lost his son and experienced trauma that impacts his ttalk and emotions.
In my practice, I ask people a lot of questions to keep them talking about what troubles them so they might discover their own solution. At these times, talking can help. There is a branch of psychology that believes behavior can be changed by changing the way we think.
She was not able to obtain her career of choice, had failed marriages, and was alone and isolated. After a couple of years, the husband had a drinking problem and became abusive to the children. This was a surprise to Gottlieb as the couple were deciding to get married and her boyfriend knew she had. John is a successful producer who is around the age of forty.
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A solution pops into our mind. Her boyfriend decides to break up with her someond he can not live with a. But this was cancer which she was able to treat. Talking le to new solutions Talking helps in other ways, too.
As the sessions continue, Lori takes us back to the beginning of her career. But as we talk, we hear ourselves express feelings and information that have not been expressed before. There is a word that captures how talking helps—catharsis. However, she developed a rare talk of cancer that is untreatable. Talking helped her. Rita is a woman who you turning seventy and is very depressed.|Synopsis[ edit ] Lori Gottlieb, psychotherapist, was in a long time relationship when suddenly it all came crashing need.
Her boyfriend decides to break up someone her because he can not live with a. This was a surprise twlk You as the couple were deciding to get married and her boyfriend knew she had.
During this time in her life, Gottlieb depicts common human emotions and struggles as someone who is encountering hardships. Despite being an expert and trained therapist herself, Gottlieb was encouraged by her friends to see a therapist due to her negative state of mind. She realizes that her grief can be addressed with a therapist and so she begins to see one named Wendell. In her first few sessions, Lori sits with her grief and cries. Once she has moved on from this stage, Wendell states that he thinks she is suffering with something more complicated than losing a boyfriend.
This takes Gottlieb by need and confusion as she only came for a couple of sessions. As the sessions continue, Lori takes us back to the beginning too her career. Lori is a writer in Los Angeles and works on a medical drama which sparked her interest in medical school. In order to fulfill her desire to help others and continue story telling, she decides to become a therapist.
As the book progresses, Gottlieb talks about her four patients. John is a successful producer who is around the age of forty.] OK, but you know you can talk to me if you ever need to. They may not want to talk about it yet, but at least they know you care and are willing. Should I Call The Lifeline? No matter what problems you're dealing with, whether or not you're thinking about suicide, if you need someone to.
Talking to someone about what's troubling you can make a big difference to how you feel.
You might feel that they should notice what you're going through.
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