Wednesday, August 4, 2021


The stress of a false allegation and its consequences (e.g., DSS involvement, possible criminal charges, removal of your children) can take a toll on the strongest relationship and can push you to the breaking point. Now more than ever you will need your family, friends, and loved ones for their emotional support and understanding.
When you find yourself adversely affected by the stress and trauma of DSS involvement, it may be the time to seek professional intervention to help you cope.

Needing help from a therapist is nothing to be ashamed of. On the contrary, seeking help when you need it is the most sensible, responsible thing you can do. Speaking with a therapist will allow you to vent some of your frustration, fear, and other negative feelings without burdening your loved ones.

Caveat: The first – or even the second, third, fourth, or fifth – counselor you meet is not necessarily the one you should treat with. You should choose only licensed professionals, and don't be shy about asking about their credentials and experience. If you do not feel that you can trust a therapist, keep looking.

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