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What kind of things can I do to help the healing process begin?

6 Answers
Last Updated: 02/26/2018 at 5:26am
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April Zamzow, CSW, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

There are many times in our lives when we could use an ear to listen and help us through the things that we are struggling with. I can do that.

Top Rated Answers
February 13th, 2015 1:16am
It's important to keep an open mind to help the healing process begin. Most people have tried everything they know to solve, resolve or self soothe before they finally reach out for help. It's a great opportunity to become humble as you accept that you do not have all the answers. It's important to connect with someone that is able to be compassionate and understanding because that support will hold you up until you can stand on your own again. Slowly you can feel the shift in energy and you know the healing process has begun.
May 1st, 2015 12:34am
Hello, you can do many things, I recommend talking to a professional counselor or psychiatrist on that one.
June 16th, 2015 5:20am
love, i personally suggest that you find things that you like, that are your passion/s, and that make you happy. *hugs* and coffee love
September 1st, 2015 8:35pm
Its hard to pursue the healing process for sure; its hard to know where and how to begin, its hard to know how to feel and what to expect, or do; overall starting the healing process takes courage and determination. Be willing to accept change and the future, be open to possibilities and such, try and be as open and honest with yourself; take it one step at a time, one breath at a time, you are worth it, and things will go smoothly; the journey may be hard, but your betterment is the ultimately priority.
October 27th, 2015 7:20pm
The healing process is a very special time. Keep busy, let go of hate and anger, and open yourself up to new experiences.
February 26th, 2018 5:26am
You can help them find ways to cope. Such as draw, write, read, go on rides or exercise to help them get through it in a healthy and positive way.