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We often reach crossroads at our life where we feel stuck. You could be moving along, making progress, and feel satisfied with your life, but all of the sudden you get this feeling like you're in a rut. At other times you feel like you just can't move anything in your life forward. This feeling can be hard to shake, but online therapy at 7 Cups can certainly help you deal with this issue.

Feeling Stuck in a Situation

Feeling stuck can describe several different scenarios. Sometimes people feel stuck in a situation that they feel like they can't get out of. Whether this refers to a bad relationship, a job,, or anything similar, this sense of feeling stuck can pervade your daily life. Maybe you dread going home because you feel stuck in your relationship, or maybe you dread leaving home because you feel stuck at work. Whatever situation you're in, it helps to talk about it. Talking about it could also help you figure out the right way to proceed to get yourself moving forward.

Feeling Stuck in Life

A broader element to feeling stuck is when you're feeling that way about everything. By this we mean, you feel like you're in a rut and you're not making any personal or professional progress. This can be a frustrating feeling, because often it's hard to figure out what you need to do to get out of it. Again, talking with someone through these feelings can be a great help to not only relieve stress but figure out how you can feel like you are making progress.

Online Therapy with 7 Cups

If you're feeling stuck, no matter how you're feeling it, let our therapists lend their ear and their advice. By speaking with a therapist you can get yourself back on the path to living the life that feels more satisfying.

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