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For many people, the idea of talking to a therapist is intimidating. Perhaps they are concerned about disclosing personal details to someone whom they don't know, or maybe they have general apprehensions about beginning the therapy process. Whatever the reason, it's common for people to be both excited and scared about starting therapy.
Starting therapy can be scary for several reasons. For one, you may be unfamiliar with the process itself; you may feel uncertain or uneasy about opening up to someone you don't know about your innermost thoughts and emotions. You may even be worried that the therapist won't understand your story or take your experiences seriously. Additionally, therapy is often expensive and time consuming, raising concerns around whether or not it is worth the commitment of both energy and finances.
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