My wife suffers from various, to my mind fairly strong anxieties (not necessarily caused but most likely aggravated by major health issues and childlessness) and analysis paralysis. We have talked in the past about whether she might benefit from some form of analysis or therapy, but she's always been very adamant that she's not interested - with one exception: she has said that she could imagine cognitive behavioural therapy, though only just about.
I'm definitely not going to push her, not least because that would be the best way of ensuring that it won't ever happen, but I'm wondering whether there are people here who have some experience when it comes to cognitive behavioural therapy: how well it worked for them, what kind of things to be aware of if one is considering this option. If my wife was to decide to give this a try, I'd want to be in a better position to be there for her.
"Nothing is gonna save us forever but a lot of things can save us today." - Night in the Woods