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Life itself still remains a very effective therapist.

- Karen Horney

As a general rule it is usually better to use combined treatments (e.g. psychotherapy plus medication) for symptoms that are more severe and/or more long lasting. With relatively recent moderate levels of symptoms it may well be that psychotherapy and medication are pretty much equally effective at relieving the symptoms. It may still, of course, be important to try to understand why the problem developed and what can be done to reduce the chance of similar difficulties recurring in the future.

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