I have been seeing a therapist once per week, for 7 weeks, and we talk minimally and play games that involve memory. Many times, afterwards, when I return home, I'm in a much worse mood and my spouse comments that "I shouldn't go back to therapy anymore" and "you need to tell your therapist not to play those games with you anymore because they really set you off." I don't know why I get so angry other than I wish I could talk more, but there are so many things in my head and they get all mixed up. Well, I did tell my therapist my husband's concerns and how I do feel worse. I did ask if I should continue therapy and he said "only if I feel better afterwards and if you feel you're getting something from the sessions." I asked, "Do you think you can help me?" He said that first I should identify specific problems to address. Also, he's asked me to start a journal, but I forgot to ask is this something he'll read or is it just for my benefit? Writing and too much thinking.... I have undergone a series of tests and he knows many areas of concern. I need him to help me and have sought him as a last resort--can't do it on my own. What do you think?