Welcome to the Steem Sister Show!
Your hosts are @coruscate and @maryjaney - two sisters bringing fun content to the Steem blockchain.
We were so excited to discuss this topic because Mary actually had her first therapy session last week, and I've certainly had my share of working various people/doing energy work. Be sure to check out part one if you missed it, and here are the questions we answered in part two!
What do you think the value is of talking to an unbiased third party?
@goldmatters - Do you think therapy helped Tony Soprano?
(Generally speaking) why are women more open to going to therapy than men?
We aim to bring more “non-crypto” related content to the Steem Blockchain. Although there is nothing wrong with this kind of content– we want to help create a better onboarding experience for new users. We talk a lot about attracting new users to the platform – but if the trending page is filled with crypto posts and flagging wars, they are likely to lose interest quickly.
We hope that by creating content that is more similar to what they are used to seeing on other social media sites – they will feel more excited about being here and creating content of their own!
We pick a different theme every week, and then throw totally random questions about that topic in a hat and go back and forth. We always have a mix of our own questions and some audience questions. Our rule is that we cannot tell each other our answers before filming! So you guys are getting our raw, unfiltered reactions here.
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We are so excited to be bringing this topic back as it was not only one of our more popular episodes back in the day - but it was also the episode that was just featured in the Superbowl commercial! We love bringing back popular topics and couldn't think of a better time for this one. What do we mean by the "Power of Saying Yes"? Basically, saying yes to opportunities even if it is out of your comfort zone and the amazing things that can stem from that.
We'd love to get your questions on anything related to this topic. As always, if we choose your question - we'll send you 2 steem.
We really hope you guys enjoyed this part one chat on Therapy! Come back on Monday to see part two posted and hear the rest of the conversation.
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And I'm super wary of telling someone that's not trusted your problems.
However if you really have no where to go and no contact with your elders and family that's good and trustworthy...
Might be your last resort.
But them asking such massive amounts to give people the wrong advice? Or them having a degree however no practical knowledge and relationship with the world you are in?
Some of the greatest teachers I had were from those world's. And helped more than a therapist can. Although finding such influence isn't easy.
Nice show, that @goldmatters has some good ones!
What do you think is the value of talking to an impartial third party? _________________ third parties have no value at all, because it is not part of us. @goldmatters - Do you think therapy helps Tony Soprano? __________________ therapy is one of the best solutions for him. Openness in women is because women prefer to confide in others. (In general) why are women more open to therapy than men?
How can someone reverse the YES being said to everything under the influence of alcohol?