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16 Tweets About People Sharing Their Most Profound Learning Moments From Therapy

Can't afford to see a therapist? We got you semi-covered with these profound "my therapist told me" tweets that you might need to hear.

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    twitter post today my therapist told me that no matter how hard I try and how much I do, it will never ever be enough for the wrong person. it's so simple, but it hit me at just the right time
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    twitter post my therapist told me "the things you think of as cracks in your armor are really places you've put yourself back together" so if you need me, i'm fucking crying on the c train
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    twitter post my therapist told me "you will never have to chase a true friend" idk, just let that sit on the brain.
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    twitter post My therapist told me this earlier this year and I promise I'm taking it to my grave: If someone can't tell you what you did wrong or what the problem is, it is none of your business.
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    twitter post today my therapist told me "you owe yourself the love that you so freely give to other people" and that shit almost gave me a stroke
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    twitter post My therapist told me that when we love ourselves only 20% out of 100, we happily settle for anyone who loves us even 30%, thinking it's more than enough when it should be 100 on both sides. It really hit me. Please learn how to love yourself before you ask someone else to do it.
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    twitter post Recently my therapist told me that the stages of grief linear and that we move back and forth through them fluidly and out of order, which is why it feels so confusing sometimes. I don't know if that's helpful but there is a Grief FactTM for you
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    twitter post When I was 30, my mom (a therapist) said to me: "Listen, its cool that you've made it this far w/ everyone liking you. But if you can learn to tolerate others' dislike or displeasure or misunderstanding, you will do yourself a great service." Reader, i am still working on this.
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    twitter post today my therapist said that by running from our feelings or trying to numb them we invalidate ourselves and our experience and damn i felt that
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    twitter post My therapist said if you don't get some sort of closure from things that have hurt you, you'll carry around burdens tht you project onto others
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    twitter post my therapist said it's normal for people to seek help for illnesses such as a cold or the flu, but it's looked down upon when someone seeks help for an illness with their brain. mental illness is just like any other ilness that can be treated, it doesn't make someone less human
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    twitter post My therapist (I know, I know but mental health matters etc) said to me something so lovely and affirming I want to make one of those hideous inspirational quote ornaments out of it a ciFFerent you
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    twitter post My therapist said I wasn't crazy and the things I think are crazy are actually totally normal coping mechanisms in reaction to poor treatment
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    twitter post One of the most brutal but life changing things my therapist ever said to me was "I think you're settling for a life that's less than you deserve because it's convenient". Wheww.
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    twitter post Number one thing I learned in therapy: Love is unconditional, relationships are not PERIODT.
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    twitter post my therapist told me today "you don't have to say yes to every argument you are invited to" and that really sat with me.
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