Users' questions

What happens when you talk to someone about a problem?

What happens when you talk to someone about a problem?

Talking to someone you trust about something upsetting may help you to: Sort through the problem. See the situation more clearly. Look at the problem in a new or different way.

Who is the best person to talk to about your problems?

An important first step is deciding who you want to talk to. You need to feel that you can trust the person you are talking to. There are counsellors who specialise in talking to young people or families. They can provide counselling in specialty areas, including: abuse (including physical, sexual or emotional abuse).

Why is it important to speak up in a situation?

Your experience and knowledge has value in a given situation. No one else has your unique perspective. That doesn’t mean that everything in your brain is worth communicating, but with a little discretion and thought, you should be able to bring value in most situations. And your piece of the puzzle may be the most important finisher.

What happens when you don’t speak up for yourself?

You’re also not doing yourself any favors by not sharing your expertise. People don’t automatically recognize your skills, values, ambitions, and desires when you are quiet. If you wait around for people to notice or read your mind, you will likely end up on many paths that are not of your own choosing.

Where can I go to talk to someone about my problems?

However, young people realize the potential. Chat therapy allows you to talk to someone and get the emotional support you need right at the moment. When you are having a crisis, chat therapy can act as your crisis line, in a sense. You can talk to someone in the United States or around the world.

How to speak life to those we love?

“For we know, brothers and sisters loved by God, that he has chosen you, because our gospel came to you not simply with words but also with power, with the Holy Spirit and deep conviction.” (v. 4-5) Most of us have a real confidence problem, when it comes to walking with God.

Where to go when you need someone to talk to?

In addition to confiding in the people close to you, there are other ways to find support. Going to counseling or seeing an online therapist can help you when you’re suffering. Your friend isn’t your therapist. It’s essential to be careful when you’re asking for support from those close to you.

Do you need to talk or connect with someone with mental illness?

Connect with people who get it, in a supportive environment, open 24/7. Being able to communicate with people in a similar situation online is a blessing. It’s moderated by mental health professionals, but the real support comes from connecting with one another. Do you need to talk or connect with someone?