(or Is It Time to Quit Therapy?)
I did something over the holidays that would have been unthinkable this time a year ago. I cancelled a therapy appointment simply because I had something better to do with my time. I chose to spend a day in the city with my wife, taking in an art exhibit followed by lunch and uninterrupted conversation with each other. If I had kept my appointment, we would not have been able to do both, or we would have done both but would have been rushed and it would not have been as enjoyable or pleasant. So I cancelled and didn’t feel the least bit of regret or remorse or concern. I was forthright in my decision and never questioned it or second-guessed it. It was actually a really easy decision to make.