Welcome to The Bare Therapy Blog!

Rock Haven Welcome SignThe story you are about to read is true.  Names have been changed to protect the innocent (and some of the guilty).  I have suffered from depression for over 42 years.  I didn’t know this until a few months ago, when I was diagnosed with moderate to severe depression, with suicidal ideations.  This blog is a record of my journey that will describe my history with depression, what I have experienced,  and what I am experiencing in my quest to get help.

I don’t like wearing clothes.  Summer is my favorite season because I can get away with wearing as little as possible.  When I am naked I am very comfortable, and feel free.  I like to be naked as often as possible, but with children, and now grandchildren, around the house, for the last 40 years the only place I can do it is within the confines of my bedroom.  I want to be able to do normal activities without any clothes.  After a traumatic experience in dealing with my depression (which you will read about in the blog, I decided that life is too short and I was going to start doing what I wanted to do.  That was when I first visited a family friendly nudist park near my house.  The experience was fantastic, and I will describe it, and other visits in the blog.

The therapists that I have talked to have told me I need to write down my thoughts.  I love to write, but it is not easy for me.  Now, with the depression, it is even harder.  I have a hard time concentrating so it takes me a long time to put together a cohesive sentence, let alone a paragraph.  Thank God for spell checkers and grammar checkers!  I hope that you will excuse my writing, and realize that I am doing the best that I can.

I am hoping that my experiences can help others.  In the future, if this blog gets enough users, I will add forums where the users can discuss their experiences also, and give and get help from other users.

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2 thoughts on “Welcome to The Bare Therapy Blog!

  1. I’m glad that you’ve decided to share your journey with the world. There are so many out there who need to know that they are not alone. There is power in numbers. My thoughts are with you. I am also a fellow traveler on this journey of battling depression. I look forward to reading more of your blog. Fight on!

    1. Thank you Jennifer! I was curious to see if anyone else would see my blog. Thank you for being my very first commenter! I enjoyed reading through your blog also. After reading it, I am confident that you will win your battle with depression. You are a very strong woman. I’m writing this blog as therapy, and I’m hoping that it may help others in their journey. Thanks again!

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