Find out why or what's causing it. Then either fix it or accept it.

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I sooo agree with heavyduty. It's part of the alchemist's bag of tricks and it's suggested by Shakespeare: "Assume a virtue if ye have it not." One becomes what one pretends to be. And one is not a hypocrite when intending to be what he is pretending to be. <br />
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Whew!

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Give it a try. See a therapist you like and it takes time. I see one and it helps to talk to someone.

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Well even if I wanted to, I don't have the means of getting to one or paying for it

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A therapist can always help, but to start, move and keep moving.

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Cry

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Been there, done that. Heck I'm crying right now

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Awww sweeetiee! Lmfao I was just kidding! srryy bout that

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Isn't that a bit like saying, what should I do if I believe i'm sick? I don't think a doctor would help.

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There must be other alternatives though..

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There are.
1. Get some exercise. I'm not kidding - studies are showing that releases many of the same chemicals you'd pay a psychologist a lot of money for.
2. Get some rest.
3. Address the negative thinking patterns. Usually underneath are some negative beliefs.
That's a start.

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