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Sessions—a Contradiction to Isolation

In recent years I have been discharging on isolation. I have noticed that when I don’t do enough Co-Counselling sessions, then I get into isolation easily. A session in and of itself acts like a big contradiction to isolation. Even if I am not discharging on isolation, I can still feel connected when I do sessions regularly.

The stronger the relationships I build with my Co-Counsellors, the stronger other relationships become. My sessions help me to connect to myself more easily and thereby fight against my isolation and figure out how to handle other relationships. My relationships with my Co-Counsellors give me a lot of hope about relationships in general.

S.J. Shashikala (Shashi)

Bangalore, India


Last modified: 2019-05-02 14:41:35+00