“Can Someone Be Beyond Help?”

“Can Someone Be Beyond Help?”

”Are some people unhelpable? I know some of the things I need to work on, but they feel too big and entrenched to change. I don’t know where to start, or if healthy relationships are possible for me. Am I too afraid to benefit from therapy?” – This was a question I received from our wonderful community. I know it’s common for us to think that things are too bad, or run too deep for them to be worked on and overcome. Each week I get questions for my podcast that focus on whether or not things can get better for them because of the severity of their issues or the difficulty engaging in therapy. But know that no matter who you are or what you’ve been through you can get better with the right help. Now I know just me saying that doesn’t make you feel any better, so let me break down just how and why everyone can get better. If you enjoy this type of question and answer video, check out my podcast Ask Kati Anything!

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