Consulted Dr. Prof. G.B. Singh (PhD) (Clinical Psychologist)
I recommend the doctor
I was happy with Doctor friendliness, Explanation of the health issue
I agree with the lady who has written for Prof Singh, that it can be beyond what we may expect. Anyone who has been in an off and on relationship can tell how frustrating it is. Most especially when you love them so much like they know you so well to know that no matter the circumstance in which the break up is based on, you are always going to make up and start from a fresh page with them.
Almost like you can not do without them and your life revolves round them which is literally speaking true. It’s very off and on thing only that he was the one who constantly kept messing us up and each time i kept crawling back to him like i had no life aside from that i shared with him.
We started dating in 2011 and from 2011 to late 2017 he played with my heart knowing i was always going to come back to him. He knew he could break up with me to date others or he was telling me that he is not sure he can be in a relationship because apparently he needed to find out what he wants in life and discover who he is. Let me assure you this happens. You can be a fol in love, and miserable in 3 months after marriage.
What I liked about my visits to Prof Singh was there was no pressure. I felt no pressure to set a visiting timetable, or a target of when we will be okay or if we don’t do 10 visits we can’t do it. I like the way he can leave it to us to base our schedule when we are comfortable and when we want to . I appreciate what he said “ I have the right to choose to come or not” therapy has been a kid of life coaching now where i is it him to discuss and understand issues that would have foxed me some time ago. He is also able to decipher a lot for me and that helps me with day to day coping strategies and definitely i have modified some negative behaviour over time. With time and visits, I am more balanced. Distress comes up, but I use therapy to understand it.
Dr. Prof. G.B. Singh (PhD) replied
That Distress exists is the most important to understand. If there was no distress there would be no challenge. Understanding distress and knowing how to manage it is what matters.
You are on your way , kid