Taking care of your mental health is critical — but there's still a stigma about seeking therapy to manage your own wellbeing. In our series, "This Could Help," we'll explore how to get started with therapy and fit it in to your life and your budget. We'll answer the questions you've been wondering, and show you the ways therapy can benefit you and the people you love. Whether you're struggling or just want to make sure you're on the right track, support is available, and it really can help.

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Remember that you have nothing to be embarrassed about.
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