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How to talk about your emotions (and why you should be) | CABA – The cha

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If you don’t feel comfortable talking to a loved one, then talking to someone professional could help. Talking therapies or counselling provide you with a safe space in which to talk through your thoughts and feelings with someone independent and impartial. Counsellors are trained to help you process and explore your feelings and find practical ways of managing them.

Counselling involves you being honest, open and participating in the conversation. Ultimately this is empowering although it can seem daunting at first. But there’s no rush. The number of sessions you have will depend on your individual circumstances, and your counsellor will work with you to find the best path for you.

https://www.caba.org.uk/help-and-guides/information/how-talk-about-your-emotions-and-why-you-should-be

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