Our expert says:
I'm not aware of any of my colleagues who provide a swift kick up the rear in any literal sense. And I agree that toom many would take a namby-pamby sweety approach that might not be as realistic and confrontational as you need. But some should indeed provide something approach Tough Love. To my mind, if a therapist isn't challenging, if they try too hard to be loved than useful, they should be sacked promptly.
You might also try spending some of the excessive amount of free time you have, working for several charities and NGO's, volunteering and working with people who lack the spoiling privileges you had, to get to know reality, to learn to admire how many people cope with so much less, and to be genuinely useful for a change. And no just the fashionable AIDS and KIDS charities, but old folks, and the disabled - people less obviously attractive and appealing.
I like Phil's Secret Millionaire suggestion, to. DOn't throw money around, that's far too easy. WORK for it, not telling anyone that you are well off, and maybe you'll find some causes you'd like to support with money, too.
Oh, and actually, I really enjoy beans on toast.
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