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Why Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Isn't for Me

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It’s been suggested more than once cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) might help me with some of my problems, including “depression, anxiety disorders, marital problems and severe mental illness” (bipolar disorder, in my case), according to the American Psychological Association (APA).

And I understand it’s helped a lot of people, including some in my position, with some of the same problems I have. If it works for you, that’s great.

I’m not saying no one should ever use it or that it’s a rotten form of therapy. I, however, dislike the premise of CBT and have never felt comfortable trying it.

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