Why Do People Say “You Need Counseling” to Others?

Question by Yaay! Lil’Muchachas! Yaay!: why do people say “you need counseling” to others?
is it because behaviour that isn’t approved by the majority of people is considered behaviour that needs to be treated? Like anyone can be “better” than anyone else? They can’t. Everyone has a little bit of columbine in them, or days of “I hope someone steps to me today”. It’s human. Couldn’t everyone use a little bit of counseling? Or not the self-proclaimed normal majority who believe they’re “noraml” and everyone else isn’t. What is truely “normal”?

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Answer by Mr man
no ones normal , what is normal right ? ,, my opinion eveybody will need somebody to talk to some time and also will need counseling. i think people say it to make people feel better

Answer by Mark
Are you saying that the people who perpetrated the murders at Columbine High School DIDN’T need counselling?

Everyone is different, to be sure, bu tthere are some behaviors that are simply”off” even by the loosest interpretation. Someone who runs around mumbling and throwing cats around probably DOES need help or people online who believe implicitly in REALLY off-the-wall “conspriracy theories” (not simple ones, but like “aliens are shooting rays at my head, so I don’t bathe and always wear aluminum foil on my head”)

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