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The Problem Solvers
"Typical" What a word! When it's our problem, it certainly doesn't feel typical. So we'll describe the types of problems for which many people have needed and have sought help from us in our therapy practice the past 25 years.
*Family Conflict *Relationships *Loss of Love *Children's Behavior *Deaths *Food and Overeating/Not Eating *Job Conflict and Problems with Coworkers *Feeling Bored in a Marriage *Infidelity *Anger *Jealousy *Feeling Invaded *Self Esteem *Feeling Stupid *Resistance to Making Changes *Divorce *Negative Reactions to Certain People *Feeling Unworthy of Love *Being Discounted *Financial Stress *Fear of Expressing Feelings *Fear of Asking for a Raise *Depression *Rejections *Feelings of Helplessness, Fear/Dependency *Homosexual Feelings *Intrusive Thinking Patterns *Sleep Problems *Fear of Public Speaking * Feelings of Inadequacy *Disappointments *Loneliness *Chronic Illnesses *Feeling Odd or Different from Everyone *Intimacy Fear *Feeling "Stuck" *Inability to Find Joy *Spiritual Conflicts *Fear of Initiating a Relationship.
Of course there are many more specific situations. Every problem can be eased or resolved if we have the desire to be happy. When we don't have the desire, that is also a problem. Seeking help can make the search for solutions easier, and energize your sense of hope.
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