Sober in the City: Why I’m Not Ashamed To Say I Go To Therapy

Therapy didn’t come to me as an option until August 2016, when I was just over 9 months sober. During the first 9 months of my sobriety, or as I like to call it – BT (“before therapy”), I talked about what I was going through to anyone and everyone who was willing to lend an ear. My go-to person was my therapy-advocating roommate. She listened to me, gave excellent advice, and found gracious ways to sneak in the whole “you should see a therapist” message. I’d get annoyed, but then after the 100th time, it finally sunk in. I realized that my neuroses weren’t so cute after all.

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  1. Cassandra McIntosh

    Thank you for this Tawny! Love this gem from you too: ” I wish I’d have taken my mental health more seriously long ago.” It’s so true that we all deserve to get aggressive about our mental health!

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