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>> No. 29802 Anonymous
23rd June 2020
Tuesday 12:55 pm
29802 Therapy, again
I know that there is at least one psychotherapist reading this. I have spent the last years trying in vain to get some decent therapy. I have some serious issue and need somebody that would dig into the deep recesses of my mind, figure out what the fuck is wrong with me, and confront it until I can be well again. Now when I tell a therapist about my problems the only response is "well I'm sorry you feel that way, have you thought about getting a hobby or trying some relaxation meditation?" The therapists I have seen can only repeat what is written on the NHS website verbatim. No one of them seemed able to understand what I was saying and give a meaningful advice, it was just parroting those vapid and shallow self-help tips of that website.

Is there any way to get decent mental healthcare in UK without spending 90 quids at hour?
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>> No. 29804 Anonymous
23rd June 2020
Tuesday 5:53 pm
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This is something I've wondered about for a long time - much so infact that I've even considered learning tarot cards for myself - in the sense that you observe your reaction and thought process to the ideas proposed by a random card spread, rather than fortune reading. It seems like the kind of thing that'll be vulnerable to bias and feedback loops, though maybe you could counter these with meditation, I don't know.
I recognise that's is pretty woo, but whatever - atleast you could have a little laugh and forget about working on your problems for a moment.

I've found my deep seated confusions to calm considerably when i've spent months about the country side - having their buzz reduced helps you notice 'your self' that much better. Delve into those confusions and don't stop at the first convenient answer; try to link what comes up with childhood memories; seek to refute rather than confirm; etc. After a while you might get to notice that little twitch you make that indicative of decipt or discomfort - so you've found a vulnerability worth investigation. Again there's the bias but you can recognise a good deal of yourself by doing stuff like this.

It all does feel dismissive - essentially entertain yourself until death so you don't have to stare the abyss that appears as a human soul (or some shit). It's really a spiritual matter which our culture has yet to to address (or done so poorly with christianity?).

I'm going all over the place here.
>> No. 29806 Anonymous
23rd June 2020
Tuesday 7:05 pm
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Mate, how stoned/drunk are you?
>> No. 29814 Anonymous
29th June 2020
Monday 9:18 pm
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Have you thought about dosing on LSD and joining a cult?

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