whoever she was around and mainly being at parties which can cause a temptation

Whoever she was around and mainly being at parties

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whoever she was around and mainly being at parties which can cause a temptation to the illegal substances. Multiple sessions were done the narrative way within the Humanistic theory beginning with her childhood from what she could remember. We wanted to her acknowledge all of the bad that she had seen throughout her childhood whether it had happened to her OR a loved one. As a few sessions went on, when we reached a point to where we start to talk about her fame, things took a turn as if she just shut down with short worded responses. It seemed as if she wanted to burst but that did not happen, she kept quiet and calm like everything was normal but in reality there was a lot of pain and you could read it all over her. We were able to get to tell everything as much as she could. You could a slight sigh of relief once the most severe session was complete. We developed a storyline with how the rest of her lifetime should be which is cutting out all of the negativity out of her life which means, certain people, staying away from the cameras and big parties. One thing that was suggested was to give back to her where she grew up and came from. Those are the kind of people that she would need to be around to give her joy, happiness. It worked for some time, but we believed that she was tempted to go back to her old habits by getting back in the spotlight in which she was not ready for. All of the pain and sadness began to come back and once again, it was covered up. She References
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