Richard S. Williams Claim

I believe that in order for people to grow intellectually, physically, and emotionally, we must be grounded by a sense of who we are as individuals and who we would like to be with others. Being able to connect and maintain healthy, lasting relationships with others provides the psychological opportunity to feel competent and confident in ourselves. It is easy to trust others if we feel secure with ourselves. When we experience times in our lives when this confidence is tested, we can become reluctant to reach out for help, and tend to either withdraw from or lash out against others. This is what we refer to as being “stuck”. We have many labels to describe being stuck (anxiety, depression, marital conflict, anger, etc.). It is when we are stuck that we need to reach out to others for help. This is very difficult to do. If you can only reach out, sometimes the help you need is there.

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