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When a person feels powerless, it can be difficult to grow, thrive, and simply deal with everyday life circumstances.It's almost like you're watching yourself go through the motions of the day to day, and there's nothing you can do differently. But, there are options and you have the power to change your life. One of the first steps you can take to regain control of your life is to seek help. 7 Cups offers affordable online therapy for people who feel powerless to help them feel more in charge of their life and provide much-needed self-confidence and control.

Immobilized by Powerlessness

Feelings of powerlessness can keep a person from expressing or even feeling their own needs because they are fearful of losing what they have. Powerlessness can be learned or forced on someone externally. Not having the skills to solve complex life circumstances may also contribute. As a result, a person may become insecure and unable to express their needs and rights.

Overcoming Powerlessness

Rising above a position of powerlessness requires hard work and intentional action, but it is possible to live a life that is full of purpose and growth. One-on-one therapy is often necessary to help people override the harmful learned behaviors and mindsets that keep them from reaching their full potential. Addressing powerlessness directly and confronting it with the help of a therapist can help people change harmful attitudes and behaviors that have had negative impacts on life.

Online Therapy with 7 Cups

Fear, insecurity, and powerlessness can trap a person into living a life that is unsatisfying and limiting. Fortunately, life doesn't have to be that way. 7 Cups provides convenient, affordable, and anonymous online therapy for people who struggle with feelings of powerlessness. Our counselors and therapists work with clients to help them recognize their basic human rights, assert those rights, and learn how to ask for what they need.

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