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August 05, 2010

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Andrea Gauthier

Well put!

Debby

Good one! Thank you for presenting the benefits of counseling no matter your circumstance. We all find ways to rationalize and get through troubled times on our own unnecessarily.

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Grace

This is a great post! As a Hodgkin's survivor, who's never needed counseling, I had a really hard time 'accepting' that I needed help. I chose an oncology counselor at our cancer center, and the difference has been incredible. Just to hear that what I'm experiencing is 'normal' for a recent survivor makes me feel like everything will be just fine. I will never shake my head at counseling again.

Wendy S. Harpham, M.D.

Dear Grace,
I appreciate your sharing your story as a testament to the notion that counseling can help normal, psychologically healthy people get through a challenge more easily, more safely and/or more quickly. With hope, Wendy

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