Our expert says:
At the risk of sounding repetitious, counselling is the only way to work on these aims. If one approaches relationships too seriously, even desperately, this is off-puting to others, and signals those who are predators, to take advantage of the situation. Counselling can help you to relax and enjoy the process, and not to gamble you self-esteem on every encounter. I find it hard to beleieve that competent CBT wouldn't have helped in that regard --- maybe the wrong therapist for you ? Xola's experience sounds practial an sensible
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