People who seek therapy disclose many of the following concerns:
I need peace and quiet.
I am yearning for connection.
What is my passion?
I want to find my inner voice.
I have lost my job, (my child, my lover, my husband, my wife).
I am up against an important choice and I don’t know which way to go.
I am sick of my own mental chatter.
I want to rediscover an inner strength I had when I was younger.
How do I link the spiritual path to everyday life?
I have lost my soul.
I am afraid of the unknown.
I want to dwell in the present moment more, and in the past or the future less.
I no longer know what I believe in.
I long for beauty.
The wounds of childhood are haunting me.
I’ve fallen out of love with my partner and I want to find myself back in love.
I regret the joy I have missed, the unlived parts of my life.
I am in a new stage of my life.
I am tired of being so cynical.
I am always angry.
I have been diagnosed with a terminal illness.
I want to have fun.
I have nostalgia for something I cannot name.
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. ~ Lao Tzu