Talk Therapy

Talk Therapy

Talk Therapy Is A Tool That I Use To Get Past My Analytical Mind And Get To Get To Know Myself Better. The hope with this tool is to inspire others to try it. All it takes is simply hitting record either audio only or video and letting out everything that comes to mind. (And I do mean EVERYTHING)

The difference between what you do and what I do is the fact that I share it with the world. You certainly don’t have to do that if you don’t want to. In fact, most won’t and even worse, most won’t even try it.

Psychotherapy: How it Works and How it Can Help

Focusing on the past can help explain things in your life, but focusing on the present can help you cope with the present and prepare for the future. I started making WODs (Workouts Of the Day) in 2015 and couldn’t find a reason why people weren’t watching my videos until I realized they didn’t NEED to. The movements I introduce don’t need a video explanation. Sometimes they do, sometimes they don’t.

The Talk Therapy technique I’m recommending you to do can help you:
Increase Your Self Awareness
Define and Reach Health & Wellness Goals
Overcome Fears and/or Insecurities
Make Sense of Past Experiences
Improve Relationships With Family and Friends
Understand Why Things Bother You and What You To Do About Them

Your ability to talk honestly and openly with yourself is important. You do not need to feel ashamed or embarrassed about talking openly and honestly about your feelings and concerns. If you choose to not share it with the world you have nothing to worry about, heck even if you do share your talk therapy sessions with the world who care, they’re YOUR thoughts, own up to them.

How do I get started?
Make a list of the things that are bothering you and the issues you would like help with and hit record.

You might include:
Issues in your family or other relationships
Symptoms like changes in eating or sleeping habits
Anger, anxiety or irritability
Fear of success

In your first few sessions, you will probably not know what to say and be very uncomfortable. When I first started this I know I sure was. Make a list of short- and long-term goals with at the beginning. This will provide you with a baseline to measure the effectiveness of your talk therapy sessions.

How will I know if I’m making progress?

After some time has passed, check the list and see if you’re closer to reaching your goals. It may be helpful to track how you feel each day and how you deal with difficult situations. Improvement won’t happen overnight, but you should see some change, even if it’s just a better understanding of your own thoughts and feelings aka self-awareness.

What if I’m not making progress?

If, after some time, you don’t begin to feel some relief, seek help from a professional therapist or mental health professional. You have a right to have the best treatment possible, and you can feel better. I just know that if I go too long without doing a talk therapy session I start to go a little stir crazy.

Below You, Will See The Latest Talk Therapy Session Straight From My YouTube Channel

Furthermore please consider sharing this Page about Talk Therapy. (Sharing it would mean the world to me)

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Jed Kobernusz
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