I'm biased but I think Therapy can help with anything.
I've never gone to therapy specifically to deal with family stuff but it's been something that's come up a lot and always been helpful. For me having someone who was able to look at situations from a safe distance helped me to see relationships and dynamics better. It also helped to remind me that I am not responsible for other people's actions. I would definitely reccomend it.
When you're ready I would start to think about what
I remember having the Golden Girls on in the background while grading papers on Sundays when I was single and in my early 30s. I always wondered how it was that four senior citizens had such active dating lives. They found single men their age every time they turned around. In my early 30s, I couldn't find any. They practically didn't exist where I lived.
And, yeah, Friends. Who has that much leisure time at that age? How were their jobs not all consuming like they were for most of us in o
From my point of view living along has its pros and cons, and yes not everyone can handle living alone. Even for me (an introvert) it was an adjustment living alone again after a period of about 3 years living with my parents and then sharing with a friend.
Personally I've done Parents -> Sharing -> Living alone -> Sharing -> Parents -> Sharing -> Living alone.
Sharing with people is nice as you likely have people to talk to a home. If I were to move cities again it
I've never lived alone. Home > boarding school > college > marriage > kiddos. I imagine it sometimes in a cabin. In Greenland (sometimes Lapland). 100s of miles from any other people.
Obviously that scenario will never happen, but I do wonder if I'd like it if I find myself living alone.
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Me: posts something about cats.
My postcount title: "Ministering to Heathen Cats"
So that was unplanned but well timed.
OK folks–because of the dishware thread drift on JillRod, for the first time in my life, I will have a set of MATCHING DISHES!!! I will finally have my beloved Fiesta Ware! I'm 41 and finally feel like a grownup. I'm so excited!