Trying to jump in and get going with some feedback, I post about being new to the boards. I check on the post again after 24 more hours, but still no one's replied.I also write, "I just moved 3,000 miles across the country, back to my hometown, in the dead of winter on the East Coast. I've had depression since I was 16 (I'm in my late 30s now) and seem to forget that it doesn't just magically go away [following a relocation]."THE RESOLUTION (OR LACK THEREOF)An hour goes by. So I jump onto another board (one that an actual therapist is supposed to frequent!(FYI: These places are also welcoming of bisexual women.) Below we’ve broken the list into separate sections, so you can easily find what you’re looking for: The best and quickest way to start talking to a lesbian online is to go to a website made specifically for chatting. Chat We can’t all be Shakespeare, which is where video chat comes in handy.
"Therapy that changes people's lives is a nuanced process," he says.
"The dialogue that occurs online is much more shallow and transient.
So when I heard about free "Internet therapy" websites, I was curious.
Could spilling my guts to faceless strangers on an online message board or chat room possibly compare to "real" therapy? Paul Hokemeyer, a NYC-based addictions and family therapist, is dubious.
it's like Facebook had a baby with a virtual shrink's office! Like Talktala, MTC features free forums where users can vent about their issues, but if you want real therapeutic guidance (aka "Direct Counseling") from a professional, you'll need to cough up some cash.