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My therapist said she didn't want to see me anymore

**This is a work of nonfiction based on actual events that I have experienced firsthand; used with permission. Coming to the conclusion that you might need help with some of the challenges in life can be a difficult realization. I know it was for me. After I went through a particularly trying time in my role as a stepparent several years ago, I sought therapy.
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Have a conversation about mental health on Time to Talk Day

It has never been more important to talk about our mental health. The fight to normalise these conversations and eliminate the stigma surrounding mental health is an ongoing battle, one in which we all have a role to play. From the current cost of living crisis to the fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic, we know that people are struggling.
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