10517Re: Question From Email
- Sep 9, 2003
>medit8ionsociety <no_reply@y...> wrote:Hello L...
> To Whom It May Concern,
> I am a 21 year old female in desperate need to find inner peace. I
> lost my father suddenly and unexpectedly just under 2 years ago. I
> thought that I was "ok" with myself but recently I found that I am
> having anxiety attacks and am very angry most of the day. I wanted to
> know if there was a way for meditation to help me overcome my problems
> as well as a place to take lessons. I live in the Northeastern New
> Jersey area and wanted to know if you had any recommendations to point
> me in the right direction.
> Thank you very much,
My first step, based upon my own personal
experience, would be to enter psychotherapy
with a legitimate, degreed, licensed therapist.
Given the circumstances you present, I would
suggest a female therapist.
I would start out with 'cognitive therapy' first,
and then eventually graduate to 'transpersonal
therapy', in that order.
I suggest a schedule of at least once per week
It is better to approach your need immediately,
and to embrace therapy frankly; you have nothing
to lose by opening to the therapist.
Be sure to attend to any physical needs or illness
that may be troublesome or intruding into your
life. Unattended illness will always exacerbate
If you are not doing so already, it is wise to begin
taking two 'B-100' natural B complex capsules
every morning with breakfast (you do eat breakfast,
Of course... it is necessary to understand that any
choices you make, in any circumstances, are your
own. At all costs, avoid succumbing to the role of
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