Excerpt: “From my experience, I have found that people have often been raised to not confide or share feelings which may indicate they are upset or may not doing so well,” said Los Angeles-based psychologist Yvonne Thomas, Ph.D. “Unfortunately, people may still have the misconception that if they share the truth about not feeling or doing okay in their lives that others may see them as weak or flawed.”
The article can be found on Ravishly.com, and was written by Claire Gillespie. Dr. Yvonne Thomas is an expert in cognitive behavioral therapy in Los Angeles. She has worked with a countless diverse set of clients in helping overcome anxiety and depression. To find out more, please visit her site, her other articles, or make a request for an appointment.