9 Things I Have Learned From Therapists



Here’s a post about 9 Things I Have Learned From Therapists, be it my own, during my own therapy sessions, and also from the content of some of the amazing therapists who have changed my life.⁠

I hope these paradigm shifts are as powerful for you as they were for me!

9 Things I Have Learned From Therapists
9 Things I Have Learned From Therapists

9 Things I Have Learned From Therapists

Here are the 9 Things I Have Learned From Therapists

1. won’t get closure:

Oftentimes, closure comes from accepting that you won’t get closure.

2. Healthy body Needs a Healthy mind:

You can do all the physical things right exercise, eat nutritious food, and eat supplements. but a healthy body needs a healthy mind. Your thoughts and emotions are equally as important to manage.

3. Courtesy and Respect:

Everyone you meet deserves your courtesy. But not everyone deserves your respect. Know the difference.

4. How you feel after you meet Someone:

Take note of how you feel after you meet someone. Do you feel like you have to put up a mask or do you feel like yourself? If you have to pretend, then don’t cherish that person and keep them close.

5. Do something for someone else:

Loneliness often makes you focus on yourself. To get that connection back, do something for someone else, be it a small gift or kindness, and see how connected you really are to the world.

6. Start small:

When you’re in a state where you don’t feel like doing anything, don’t try to move mountains. Start small: delete useless emails, wash the dishes, throw out the trash… let that kickstart your drive

7. Celebrating:

In a relationship, celebrating the good times is just as important, if not more, than being with them through the bad. Make time to laugh with them and appreciate their existence.

8. Try Differently:

Insanity is doing the same thing repeatedly and expecting different results, yes, but take note that it refers to the approach, not the goal. Try again when you fail, but try differently.

9. Doing your past self proud now:

You did the best you could with the information that you had. Instead of trying to fix the past, focus on doing your past self proud now.


These 9 things that have been learned from therapists provide valuable insights into personal growth and well-being. They emphasize the importance of acceptance, self-care, healthy relationships, and self-improvement. By recognizing that closure may not always be attainable, that a healthy body requires a healthy mind, and that it’s important to be courteous to everyone but only give respect to those who deserve it, individuals can develop a more balanced and fulfilling life. Additionally, by recognizing the importance of giving to others, starting small to build momentum, celebrating the good times, trying different approaches to achieve goals, and focusing on doing one’s best in the present rather than dwelling on the past, individuals can cultivate greater resilience, self-confidence, and satisfaction with life. These valuable lessons can be applied to all aspects of life and can lead to greater well-being and personal growth.


So in This Post, 9 Things I Have Learned From Therapists What other points can you think of/have experienced? Let me know in the comments.

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