The power of narrative therapy: The power it has over us

Posted October 24, 2018 05:37:08When I’m working on my new film, I’m trying to figure out how I’m going to get people to talk about this.

When I talk to a client, I try to find out what’s bothering them.

I try to get to the root of what’s causing the problems.

What I found out was that they’re really uncomfortable with themselves, but they’re also deeply insecure.

For the most part, they don’t think about it, they just talk.

When we talk about mental health issues, it’s often when we have to work out how to be ourselves.

And I found that when we talk to people, they feel less alone.

My favourite part of doing this is when I get these really intense, really emotional conversations with people.

It’s so powerful because they’re not being themselves.

You can see the way they are in their own skin, their innermost thoughts.

They can’t explain it to me.

People are able to talk to each other and be themselves and be brave.

So that’s what I’ve learned.

There’s a really powerful story that I’ve found from these conversations.

The truth is that when you get to know someone and talk to them, it really gives you insight into your own mind.

Sometimes, the person will say, ‘I feel like I’m doing this and I’m not really doing it.’

And then they’ll think, ‘Well, I guess it’s not really that big a deal, so I’m just going to take this as a given.’

It gives you that perspective and you’re able to see things from a different perspective.

If I could talk to anyone, I’d tell them, ‘Don’t do this.’

Because the truth is, there are times when you can’t be yourself.

They’re just trying to fit into their own little world.

That’s when you realise that you can be yourself and have confidence in your own abilities and that’s really empowering.

Everyone’s different, and there’s a lot to learn.

One thing that we can all agree on is that we need to get better at being ourselves.