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What made you want to become a counselor?

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Jasanpreet Kaur’s Answer

It is our inner feelings that guide us and make us feel confidant while we work. It also creates happiness and sense of satisfaction when you help someone.

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Sikawayi’s Answer

Hello Seth K. I had always enjoyed helping people through hard times, but it was when my family fell on hard times, was when I realized how import it was to have somebody to talk to. There are feelings that you may have that you are unable to share with anyone your close to when I realized we were in that kind of trouble I had a very hard time finding real help. I would not want any family to go through what my family did. Best of luck.
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Dwight’s Answer

Remembering the maelstrom of stress from school/grades, personal issues, and social issues when I was a student made me want to study counseling and help others. In other words, I have empathy for what students face today. School is a lot more competitive and there are so many more issues with technology and social media. Kids need support today more than ever. My own counselor in high school was such a voice of calm and reason when I was feeling overwhelmed. If I needed help, then today's kids need it more. If it seems appealing to help kids then counseling is for you.

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