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It's important to remember that investing in therapy means investing in yourself! If you're experiencing distress, the sooner you get help, the sooner you can feel better.
For a lot of people, feeling distressed means they have to make a lot of sacrifices to make room for their mental health. If your mental health is getting in the way of friendships, experiences, opportunities, relationships, or just enjoying your day, then therapy can be a very worthwhile investment.
Your mental health can also have negative impacts on your physical health over time. Struggling with your mental health means your body and brain are on high alert when they don't need to be. By going to therapy, you learn how to get into and remain in a relaxed state, reducing the strain you put on your body and brain. This helps you live longer and reduces your chances of cardiovascular disease, and other stress related illnesses.