I don't think there's anyone on this Earth that has everything handled 100 percent of the time. And, because of that, I think nearly everyone stands to benefit from speaking with a therapist. There are, in fact, some subtle signs you'd benefit from therapy — even those of you who feel confident you're totally rocking the whole life thing. There's nothing wrong with asking for help if you need it and, even if you don't think you need "help", sometimes processing things verbally — both good and bad — can lead to new insights that you never would have thought of if you were just thinking through something in your head on your own.
Though the way society as a whole views therapy is changing, some people still avoid it for fear of what friends and family members (or strangers) might think. Others choose to see a therapist, but avoid talking about it. According to Greatist, one of the best times to seek the support of a mental health professional might actually be when things are going well. Working on yourself is surely easier to accomplish when you're not dealing with a major crisis and if you're already seeing a therapist, you may be able to catch (and handle) anything minor before it balloons into something bigger. Here, sixless-than-obvious signs that you might benefit from therapy so that you can be your best you, because isn't that what everyone's really looking for?