Two years ago, when my therapist thought we were almost done working together, I was terrified. How was I supposed to be OK on my own?
What would help me when I was depressed? Often, one of the goals of therapy is to work on answers to those questions. But truthfully, we hadn’t really done that.
When I got depressed, my answer was typically “well it’ll be OK, because I see a therapist. That’s how depression is treated.” Which is true, therapy can help treat depression, but being in therapy doesn’t mean you can’t get depressed.Read more on themighty.com