I would like to use your services. I heard you on the radio and I was really inspired by you.
Dr. Joyce is my mentor and my idol. I believe that her footsteps are the closest footsteps to my own. Dr. Joyce is the woman that I aspire to be like professionally. With that being said, I would like to know if there is an opportunity for me to work or volunteer with Dr. Joyce. An opportunity would be nothing less than a blessing from God. Thank you.
Everything has been going excellent for me. I really appreciate all that you have done for me, and I won't forget it either. I used the advice that you gave me about journaling.. I don't do a daily journal, but I do write down my blessings, proverbs that may be revealed to me, goals (long & short term), and whatever else I may think of. That is a very powerful form of making things real and tangible.
You have been such a joy and inspiration to me in these last several months. Prior to my work with you, I was spiraling down a deep tunnel, and couldn't see it myself. I am finally feeling as if there is a light, now, at the end of this tunnel (and, I can say this with a straight face,despite how absolutely clichéd that sounds!)Thank you for helping me to find my joy again.
Dr. Joyce, I truly enjoyed the time you counseled me and I must say I learned a lot about myself. I find myself counseling my friends with their issues and think sometimes I missed my calling because some of the things you said to me I find myself inspiring my friends with and they will forever be in my heart and mind. I know myself and don't mind telling anyone that I'm confident with me. I enjoy being/living alone. 2 ½ years ago after I separated from Herman, Sr., I lost 30 pounds and have maintained them somewhat. I got new glasses and sometimes wear them.
Dr. Joyce, I have been in counseling with you for some time now, and finally I have "graduated". I can't tell you what it means to look at the person that I am now, and know how much I've grown. You helped me help myself, and for that I am grateful. I want to let those people out there who may be hurting, and want to seek help, but just aren't able to reach out know that you don't have to suffer. Help is available. Talk to someone, reach out. You can get beyond this point. This may be the lowest point of your life, but believe me you can always get back up and rise again. Whatever you are going through, it is truly a moment in time, it doesn't have to be this way for the rest of your life. I suffered from depression, anxiety attacks, and other issues that made my life hell, but I found help, and now that part of my life is over. I have a new life. If you are hurting, seek help. Find a professional that you feel comfortable with to help you through this difficult time. With that person's help and your work, you will make it.
Thank you so much for taking the time out to speak to me about my career choices. Your insight and guidance were very insightful and practical. I will keep you updated on how my search and development goes. Thanks Again.
Kenton Pope, Educator