Getting out of bed is the biggest challenge you face every day because you feel like once your feet hit the floor, life is already too much to handle. You are already anticipating everything hitting you at once and you just rather lay in bed then having to go through it anymore.
It’s easier to shut everything out because it’s simple. It feels better. You don’t have to live up to anyone’s expectations or feel like a burden anymore. You can simply lie there and let it be.
The bed is also a safe place. Even though your feel drained both physically and mentally, your bed is your safety bubble. You aren’t sleeping but at least you are in your safety zone. Your mind is racing but you are protected.
Your safety zone protects you from feeling broken and empty. It allows you to feel in control because you no longer have to face the endless list of responsibilities.
You can just be. You don’t have to drag yourself to do things throughout the day. You no longer have to put on a show for anyone else. Your safety zone doesn’t care and you try not to care too.
You try to tell yourself that you will be ok. You try to pretend that things are ok, but they really aren’t. You try to be the person you want to be, but it is too much. You try to build up the courage to get up, but fear keeps you down.
Fear that the day will just be too much. People will want to much from you. You will want too much from yourself. Everyone will be disappointed. So why even get up?
You get up only because you know that can’t be in your safety zone forever. Especially since your bed isn’t going to pay your bills, feed you or run errands.
You have to. Problem is... you don’t want to. You don’t want to because you are tired. You don’t want to feel like this anymore.
It is easy to stay in your safety zone because feelings don’t matter.
Once your feet hit the ground, your safety zone is compromised. Nothing feels right. Everything comes at you and the weight you were avoiding swiftly gets back onto your shoulders. The downward spiral has started and you don’t know how to stop it, at least not until you can get back to your safe spot.
It is time to stop neglecting yourself.
You deserve someone to listen to you. Someone to help you without expecting much in return. Someone who won’t judge, criticize, or comment on what you should do better or what you did wrong. Someone who can offer you a space to feel heard, comforted and acknowledged.
I am here. Now is the time. Time for you to take care of yourself and to get what you want out of life…outside of your bed.
Now is the time to start your journey to self-worth. You know you are ready but don’t let that dark cloud stand in your way.
That dark cloud has been there way too long, it’s time to take away its power and control.
It is time to get you feeling more like yourself outside of your safety zone.
Scratch that... it’s time to get you to a place where you are your own safety zone.
A safety zone that looks like confidence, strength, and perseverance.
We can start this journey to confidence.
Imagine gaining those things that we take for granted. To finally have peace of mind. To finally have that swag back.
You can have that... and more!
All you have to do is pick up the phone and call. I am ready to give you the tools you have been waiting for. Don’t wait any longer.
Frequently Asked Questions
CAN TALKING TO A THERAPIST REALLY WORK FOR ME??
Therapy is a GREAT option to help those that want to stop feeling like they have a rock... no a mountain... on their back every day. Together we can work to chip away at that mountain, so you can begin to sign.
Therapy will give you the space to let go of your deepest fear, insecurity and worry so that you can finally feel free and BREATHE!
SHOULD I GO ON MEDICATION?
Medication is often a viable choice for many individuals suffering from depression. However, many don’t know that therapy in combination with prescribed medication can help produce long lasting results.
If you are thinking about or are currently on medication, seeking therapeutic help is often highly recommended by the medical community to work in conjunction with your prescription.
If medication isn’t for you…that’s ok too.
Not everyone needs to be on medication to help with depression. Together we can see which option is better suited for you!
I WORRY THAT BY GOING TO THERAPY, THEN SOMETHING MUST BE WRONG WITH ME. AM I BROKEN?
I truly believe that those who seeking therapy are the strongest individuals out there. It means that you know who you are and what you want out of life. It also means that no matter what other people say or think, your well-being is most important.
There is NOTHING wrong or broken about that.