Thoughts keep you up at night. It’s like clockwork. You set your alarms, check to make sure your phone isn’t on silent or vibrate, and crawl under the covers. You roll over and shut your eyes.
Your friends are constantly telling you to not be so emotional and to not think so much.
You try to do as they say, but you can’t seem to turn off these thoughts, feelings, and emotions. They seem to just be who you are. They’re part of your personality.
You’ve been told you’re too sensitive more times than you’d like to admit. After a long day of work, all you want to do is curl up on the couch in the comfort of your own home.
You’re a workaholic. Whether you’re just starting off in your career or you’ve climbed the corporate ladder, you’re striving to be successful.
Financial struggles, deadlines, a never-ending inbox. You constantly feel like you’re behind and can’t seem to get ahead.
Another must-have and non-negotiable when it comes to therapy that you should add to your list is a therapist being culturally responsible. Here’s why a culturally responsible therapy experience is important for BIPOCs