Help A Friend In A Difficult Relationship

It’s time you remove their rose-tinted glasses
“The Sooner You Quit Something That Stinks, The Sooner You Find Something That Doesn’t.”
– Lillian, The ‘Unbreakable’ Kimmy Schmidt
If you think your friend is a relationship where they are being abused emotionally or physically – either with their partner, parents, colleagues or anyone else they are in constant interaction with. In such cases, they may not be actively sharing what is affecting them as they may be threatened by the other person or even led to a point where they are questioning their own sanity (gaslighting).Your friend may also be dealing with a bitter break up or divorce that is affecting them more than they acknowledge. These situations can create a lot of fear, confusion, mood swings, various aches or even nightmares in the person. This may lead to them developing depression, low self esteem or even having suicidal tendencies later in life.To avoid such circumstances, therapy would help them share their struggles in an open, non-judgemental atmosphere and help regain control over these parts of their life. This Friendship Day, help your friend be the sculptor of their own destiny.
We here at HeartItOut have professionals who know how to provide help according to your friend’s needs. We may be able to help your friend express and process the trauma and rebuild the confidence and self- esteem that is lost due to the relationship.


  • Garima Singh
    "Heart it Out has a team of great therapists that are well-trained, sensitive and really show the kind of empathy and sensitivity that one needs when seeking professional mental health. I love that they routinely collaborate with specialists to hold events, support groups in the form Buddy Circles and have wonderful write ups on wellbeing and mental health. I have and will continue to recommend Heart It Out for anyone who wishes to have an empowering therapeutic experience."
  • Heera Selvakumar
    "My sessions at Heart It Out have been fruitful and meaningful, as I was aided by a notably perceptive therapist, Ms. Saumya Prakash. I would certainly recommend Heart It Out to anyone seeking to better themselves through therapy."
  • Gaurav Girish
    "Non judgemental, welcoming place for mental health, not just for therapy but for taking care of oneself. My experience at Heart It Out has been extremely fulfilling - I've taken baby steps in my mental health journey, with my therapist whom I connect with. I would recommend Heart It Out in a heart beat :)"
  • Meenakshi Kumar
    "The idea of therapy for me was a very uncomfortable one but thanks to Heart It Out, I've come to understand the need for therapy and how important it actually is for my wellbeing. My therapist has made sure that I have a safe space where I can express myself freely and I couldn't be more thankful for that. If you are looking for support for your mental health, you are in the right place!"
  • Vaishnavi Chavan
    "My sessions with Heart It Out have been transformative and deeply healing, and I love the approach Heart It out has adopted. It has really helped me to dig deeper into my authentic self.Therapy has nudged me in the right direction, and has helped me feel lighter and better. Heart it Out has genuinely helped me reinvent and love myself."
Gift a session to your friends as well!
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