Jennifer’s answer to the question I posed at The Market in Larimer Square was short and sweet. I asked what her therapist told her she should do. Jennifer said forgive everyone, everything. And wait until you hear what Jennifer had to learn to forgive!
From a series of conversations recorded and produced at The Market in Larimer Square, downtown Denver, I asked Brendan what his therapist said he ought to do. Brendan replied that he’s been on and off marijuana for several months. We talk about the triggers that make him want to smoke weed.
Stacey says her therapist said she should not worry if the kids’ rooms were messy. This was years ago but Stacey’s found that advice helpful throughout her life. From a series of conversations I hosted and produced on different themes, recorded at Denver’s Kaladi Coffee.
From a series of interviews I hosted and produced at Kaladi Coffee in Denver, here is Sarah’s story. I’d asked her to tell me what her therapist told her she should do. The answer: not be afraid to express her needs.
I asked Matt at St. Mark’s Coffee in Denver what his therapist(s) told him he should do. Matt can’t remember, in part because he was too busy talking about music and movies instead of remembering the therapeutic advice he received. Here’s Matt’s story.
From a series of conversations on different themes that I hosted and produced at Denver-area coffeehouses, here is Kim’s story. She said her therapist told her in a couples counseling session that she should trust her instincts and separate from her husband. This, even though the therapist was a Christian counselor and he knew that step would likely lead to divorce.
From a series of conversations I hosted and produced in Denver-area coffeehouses, here is Tony’s story. His therapist said he should go to rehab for drug and alcohol addiction. It worked for a little while.
Jackie sat down with me at St. Mark’s Coffee in Denver to tell me that she received “bad advice” from a therapist years ago. The therapist said Jackie’s plan to go to medical school wouldn’t turn out well. Here why in this ongoing series of conversations on different themes.
Emma isn’t always sure where her moments of extreme anxiety originate, but with her therapist’s help, she has found a way to turn it into a blob that she can crush! From my series of coffeehouse conversations in the Denver-area…