Four Reasons Why You Should Start Therapy Now
If you’re on the fence about starting therapy, here are four reasons why you should consider starting now.
Use it or lose it. If your employer offers you a Flexible Spending Account (FSA), the money in your account has to be used by the end of the year, or else you forfeit those funds. With only a few months before 2015 rolls around, you might be considering how to best use your funds. Individual or couples therapy is typically an eligible expense.
The holidays are coming. More family time sometimes equals more stress. Be prepared, and work through the issues you have now. This can help you avoid a major blow up around the holidays.
Did I mention, the holidays are coming? Every possible day and hour is filled with something to do during late November and December. Don’t put things off—it might be hard to find time to squeeze anything else in (including therapy).
Because your family is worth it. Let’s face it, relationships are hard work. But, when you invest in your relationships, they can be the most rewarding aspects of life. You and your family deserve to be happy and healthy—and often, therapy can help you get and stay on track.