Therapy is a very misunderstood creature. Some people assume, incorrectly, that you need to have a mental problem to be in therapy. Not every patient has a psychological or diagnosable mental problem. There are a lot of patients who need help in dealing with normal things.
Therapy can feel strange at first, but that is normal. It takes time to feel as though you can open up to the doctor who is helping you. After all, you are revealing incredibly intimate and personal details about your life, whereas, they are not. To help you feel less scared, we have five things that most therapists recommend their patients talk about with them.