Do you know whether you are strong or weak minded? This short article will give you some insights into how you can determine your answer and why.
There is a common belief that the strong-minded do not need therapy. That it is only the weak minded who need therapy.
The following are 4 of the biggest myths about participating in therapy:
1. Admitting to having a problem(s) is weak.
2. Asking for help is weak.
3. The therapist is the one who is going to fix me.
4. I must not be good enough, if I still need to continue to go to therapy.
In fact, actively participating in therapy is the furthest from being weak.