Where do you look for strength during times of adversity?
She said, “I’ve been in therapy since the age of 13 and I’m still in therapy … It’s not shaming to go into therapy … It’s your strength … It’s connecting with that part of you that is strong … We don’t get over things, we move through things and you need someone to be there with you through your processing because what’s shareable is bearable within yourself …”
Who are the people that you can count on when times get tough?
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