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People think you have it all together but on the inside, you’re feeling like a tangled mess.
You say “Yes” all the time, whether it’s something someone asks you to do or an invitation. You might be feeling FOMO, or worried about what others will think if you say “No.”
You have high expectations for yourself. It doesn’t matter what issues, situations, disasters, or global crises arise. You want to succeed anyway, and believe that you have to: “There’s no excuse.”
You try to be positive and encouraging around other people. Their experience is always in the back of your mind. After all, you wouldn’t want them to not have a good time.
You might be thinking that you should be feeling happy, but deep down you’re feeling alone, worried, lost, stressed, and burnt out. As much as you’ve tried to keep forging forward, you might be thinking that you can’t do this on your own any longer. You might also be thinking, “Is something wrong with me?,” or, “I don’t know how to fix this.”
I’m here to help.
You’re probably thinking, “Wait, so how does this work exactly?”: How does therapy start? What are the sessions like? Do I need to bring in things to prepare for this?
Therapy with me is a validating and non-judgemental weekly opportunity to reflect; however, I am not a “smile and nod” therapist. I sit with you in this space of discomfort and help you sort through all of the pieces so that you can move forward and live a fulfilling life that is guided by your own values.
Feeling skeptical? Cautiously optimistic?
Is your mind coming up with reasons why I can’t help? Are you continuing to think about how you can try to just do this on your own?
Or, are you thinking about how disappointed you were with therapy in the past?
You say yes to others, now say yes to yourself.
You may have been ruminating about everything so much, and for so long, that you’re now left without any other ideas or options. Reaching out for help can feel scary and unnerving. But, it is also an opportunity for you to work through what you’ve been feeling for a while.
"So, this is my life. And I want you to know that I am both happy and sad and I'm still trying to figure out how that could be." ― Stephen Chbosky, The Perks of Being a Wallflower
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About Robyn Tamanaha
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist #100631
Through therapy with me, we work through what you're experiencing so that the you no longer feel like it’s running your life, impacting relationships, or hindering future goals. My mission is to provide a safe nonjudgmental space for to be truly seen, heard, and accepted.