Wonder why you’re obsessing all the time, even though you work hard to maintain mental focus? Or do you promise yourself you’ll stop compulsive “habits,” but can’t seem to follow through?
Are you at a turning point in your life, looking for new direction and purpose? Is a sense of uncertainty, a lack of confidence, or a pattern of unhealthy behaviors preventing you from embracing opportunities for personal and professional growth?
If you grew up with a parent who was extremely self-absorbed, overly critical, and controlling and/or has a personality disorder (especially Narcissism or Borderline Personality Disorder), you may now doubt your ability to take risks and make important decisions as an adult.
At some point, a man may recognize areas in his life where he is not meeting his potential and then he may seek counseling as a necessary practice to reclaim the person that he knows himself to be.
We grow up feeling in control, capable, and convinced that if we live a good life we won’t be touched by harm. Then the unexpected occurs. In the midst of it all, one can easily be overwhelmed by fear, helplessness, and loss of control.