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Is Therapy via Instagram Good for Us?

A closer look at what happens when therapists take to social media

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For the nth time that day, I was being told to work on myself. “You can’t heal if you’re hiding from yourself,” the post said. I had only recently started following the account, but already I’d gotten tired of it.




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Ximena Vengoechea

Ximena Vengoechea

Author, Listen Like You Mean It. UX researcher, TWTR, PINS, etc. I write about the intersection of technology + society + personal growth. ximenavengoechea.com

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