Things Psychologists Ask You (About Your Childhood)

I want to write a series of articles based on the kinds of things psychologists ask people. My aim is to discover deeper stuff about myself.

(This idea was inspired by page 105 of Soredia Inheritance by Eileen Scott)

I’ve always thought of therapy as an admission of failure, but finding stuff on the internet and books is okay, right?

So, I found an interesting website to use as a starting point (and there are many more sites just like this).

The questions I found on this page are:

  1. What is the problem from your point of view?
  2. How does this problem typically make you feel?
  3. What makes the problem better?
  4. Overall, how would you describe your mood?
  5. How connected do you feel to the people around you?
  6. What positive changes do you want to make in your life?

I think that’s enough to get a body started. All I need to do now is answer them. Where do you think I should start?

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