I'm a 24-year-old gay man. I have recently gone through a bitter break up with whom the other half is a work colleague, and I have started seeing a cognitive-behavioural therapist who has diagnosed me with severe social anxiety disorder. My life has gotten on top of me and my self-esteem has been shattered. How can I pick up the pieces? What steps can I take to find the happiness that I know I deserve? [more inside]
I've been struggling with depression and anxiety for years, and I'm tired of trying to struggle through it on my own. I've decided I need to get help, but I have no idea where to start. I'm gay and in Seattle. [more inside]
I still have my eyesight (for now), but the diagnosis has triggered serious anger and midlife crisis issues. [more inside]
Recommendations for a gay male sex therapist in the west side of Los Angeles to deal with problems of sexual inadequacy and (in particular) psychologically-based erectile dysfunction in a 24-year-old male. Sliding fee scale a major plus.
So, I need advice with my life. Just as I'm starting to get comfortable with the idea of going to see a psychiatrist, it looks like I may be able to get a new job that is awesome on all fronts except no benefits. Inside: My problems. Are they worth seeing a psychiatrist for or will they pass? Is there some other non-therapy way to get through this stuff? [more inside]
How do I even start to locate the therapist that I think would be right for me among so many options? The details are inside. [more inside]
Can you recommend a good, lesbian-friendly therapist/psychologist/whatever in Kentucky? [more inside]