I write a monthly article for GoodTherapy.org and the posts are usually about the experience of being in therapy. Many of the guys I see are coming to counseling for the first time and could use some guidance on what’s to come and some reassurance that they’re “doing it right.”
This month’s post is pretty boring–actually, I hope not, but it is about so-called ‘boredom’. You can read it here.
I say “so-called” because I make the case that if you’re feeling bored you’re most likely covering up some other feeling. Maybe anger, or insecurity, or even loneliness.
I’d love to hear what you think. Take a read and let me know: Bored with Therapy: Unmasking the Real Feelings Behind “Boredom”