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Massage Therapy can be a profitable caerer however it can take years to build a successful practice. You must really like people and be able to separate yourself from others emotions (like a nurse or a doctor). Working in a spa can afford you a steady income and benefits but not the same income as private practice. What you can charge for a massage varies greatly by town/city/state/region.It is a very strenuously job, and most people only stay in the field for 5-8 years due to burnout or injury.I would recommend that if you are interested that find out if any massage schools in your area hold discovery workshops in which you get a one-day crash course.I love my caerer and don’t regret entering it at all, but I would recommend that you look into it seriously before you make the schooling commitment.

I remain a Gemini on this: Both an opimitst and a pessimist.I've only once met, in face to face life, a therapist who was willing to stop TELLING me and start LISTENING to me. Considering the number of times I've tried, that is REALLY bad odds. Also, it's like there's a script flowing through a therapist's mind telling him/her to mistranslate what I say and why I say it. It is really MOST frustrating. Maybe it's how I talk? Or the fact that I cannot smile? (tremors) I'm sure I play a part in the thing, but I have never been able to isolate what that part is! Funny too, people in real-life seem to understand me just fine.I've talked, as an advocate, with a great many therapists. One of the most frustrating parts of that is mistranslation of motivation. Lately, I've been talking to a US psychologist from the APA group 51. He has this thing going through his head that feminist power theory is pure science. Thus, anyone who sees that theory (and thus much of psychology) as hatred of men MUST (in his eyes) be jealous of women or want to harm women. He just plain CANNOT understand that there are other valid ways of seeing the thing. So very many times I've seen that exact fault ' X is the only way to see Y. ' DUMB! Real dumb.Dr. Helen: I put the whole thing together and I am not entirely sure it is possible to pick a therapist of any brand with any reliability. It seems to be a matter of most are fine with ordinary problems, depression and such, but once you've stepped outside of ordinary the odds of finding someone go down to abysmal. Plus, even for ordinary problems, there will be many really bad therapists. Sorting out the mess and finding the jewels is thus, in my mind, not at all a simple problem. It is a problem fraught with multiple difficulties. There's good professional people out there, but they seem to me to be such a small minority that the whole problem comes down to looking for diamonds in the muck pile behind the barn.

Here are a few things you can try. (I'm asuismng you don't want to spend a lot of money.)Give free massages at large participatory sports events (like runs, etc.) and make sure people get your card.Donate free sample massages (print up a certificate) at events like non-profit fundraisers, wine tastings, etc. This guarantees a lot of people see your information (and some bid on it.) Make sure you have a stack of cards beside the free certificate so others can take your card.Try partnering with a retailer that serves your target market let them sell your massage service (negotiate the percentage with them in advance.) Then make up a nice display with information on your service that holds the certificates or cards that consumers can purchase.Try something goofy like offering to give massages to the DJ's at a local station if they'll broadcast it on the air and give you a little plug.(Is this answer good enough to earn me one?

I would like to see a therapist, but I have the fear of being too meta. That is being aware of how rcuiiulods it is that I'm sitting there describing events that happened to me 35 years ago and expecting to have some sort of breakthrough.Will he or she help/expect me to give up the anger I've carried toward my Dad for the horrible way he treated me as a kid? The bad part is my memory is starting to fade and all I have left is the anger. And now that he is a 77 year old blind guy that I haven't talked to 10 years my anger is barely focused on him anymore.

really, how did all of you come out and actually find somnoee..? im gay, have been since as long as i can remember but i dont have the courage of letting people know i am, and am afraid that when i do come out that i wont ever find anyone that im good enough for. basically what happens in the movies and shows never happens as easily in real life.

The Mormon Fatwa against LGBT poplee is no less deadly than the Muslim Fatwa against its critics. The heinous part is that the Mormons speak with self proclaimed impunity, shifting the effects of their personal pronouncements over to God.

dont seek therapy-- since it is uslsees, it is a waste of money and time and has many other negatives-- the real possiblity of stigma, defamatory and/or adverse medical records, and emotional harm. It is not beneficial, therapists have no particular set of skills, training and experience is irrelevant because no specific "change " factors are known. Therapists are by definition "incompetent" because no one is competent to effect 'change". Many are unethical or worse, inflicting some degree of harm, through idiocy or actual malice. The people that go into such a field are not random-- the are high in every measure of psychopathology. Bottom line-- just say "No" to psychotherapy. talking with a trusted friend is fine. The "relationship" is BS-- clinicians offer nothing. Just say no to psychiatry-- a long discussion for that advice is needed-- just get meds from a GP and avoid the psychiatrist. He/She has no expertise and his need to justify his fee and his years of "training" means he will concoct arcane defamations that are worthless and stigmatize you forever. The difference from medicine cannot be more dramatic Psychiatry is trial and error per a few basic medication classes. No one can predict what patient will respond to what drug, and how much, if at all. Medication has some degree of efficacy, but alas, much less than thought, with most patients having significant residual symptoms ( the Star* D research studies). Unless you have a lot of money to waste and are so lonely or isolated that you must purchase what appears to be companionship, eschew the "mentl health professional". You purchase a relationship with a prostitute, too-- but she , at least has demonstrable skills and you are not led to think she "cares" when they don't, as in the mental health field. Avoid the mental health professional of every stripe. Go to your GP and he can supply meds as effectively as any psychiatrist and provide equally valid and reliable diagnoses ( ie, with no such capacity). From one who has looked at it from both sides

Alright, well I did not no freedom of sceeph in, anyway, was yes, in reasonable?I was only speaking what I felt. Sorry, that such english figuration had to come off as impolite and nearly being mentally-handicapped. I did not click that my grammar had huge impact in posting comments on your blog. If I only knew I needed an A+ in English and a achievable IQ of 190, I wouldn't of commented on your blog. I'm very sorry to all the four million readers, that had to read my appelling, in-appropreate comment. Sorry world.Moreover, I must in a grieving way, have to say that I did enjoy writing dont ask, dont tell.. own comment, on this page.Please blog more!If one accepts the other <3

You're forgetting that most of the weetrsn world has socialized medicine, and most medical research is funded by national governments. Most of the world and most of the scientists in the world have everything to gain by eradicating HIV.Even if an American scientist comes up with a novel way to prevent, treat or cure HIV, there's no real way to prevent him from publishing the data. Big Pharma thugs don't hang out outside university labs threatening grad students, it just doesn't happen.

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But he's not in the closet!!!!!He hasn't dneied he's gay and he isn't pretending to be straight.I think the Anderson haters are just jealous of his grace and beauty. That's what I think.

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