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In about 1985 I went to College Hill Presbyterian Church in Cincinnati OH and began taking classes in lay helping skills. They had a strong belief that people are helped most by peers.
People who are not “above them” in skills and education, set apart from them and not really able to understand (or at least perceived as not being able to understand) their issues.
Over the years I have maintained my belief that people are best helped by peers. I have been in therapy countless times. What is different about you is that you relate to me as a peer.
Yes, in many ways we have a professional relationship. Yes, I pay for your services (a mere fraction of what you’re worth).
It’s the caring that’s giving me the courage to do it. I’ve tried before but was not accepted. Now I feel accepted. People need to feel cared about. It’s not enough to give them ideas. That’s the difference.
– Shirley Talbot