I was diagnosed with GAD, and I've been in therapy for 3-4 weeks now. The thing is, right around when I started therapy, I stopped having the physical symptoms associated with anxiety: I don't have the chest pain anymore, and I sleep better unless I'm very stressed (about school generally). I worry less about the state of my mental well-being. I like therapy, but now I feel self-conscious seeing a therapist about anxiety when I don't really have anxiety, and I'm not really sure where we're going in our sessions anymore. She asked me what it was that I really wanted to focus on: CBT strategies for anxiety, working through past issues, or strategies for ADD. I'm not even really sure that there is anything wrong with me, but I just find it comforting to have someone to check in with so that the only person worrying about me isn't--just--me. I'm not sure if I should stick with therapy since I feel generally okay, but at the same time I don't really want to stop going to therapy at all. There is mostly just a little part of me that feels out of sorts somehow, but I don't know why and I'm not sure that my therapist could help with that. I think she is getting frustrated with me. We've come up with potential issues to address, but none of them seem to fit, and it's like I'm shutting down on them, and I'm pretty sure my therapist doesn't really know why I'm in her office. It's mostly just embarrassing. Is therapy worth the trouble? Should I be doing something else? Any thoughts/input?