Find a Game of Thrones counselor near you

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This combination photo of images released by HBO shows Sophie Turner portraying Sansa Stark in “Game of Thrones.” The final episode of the popular series aired on Sunday, May 19, 2019. (HBO via AP)

(WTAJ) — Fans who are distraught as Game of Thrones came to an end aren’t alone. There are plenty of fans out there, and also counselors. will let you find a counselor near you to discuss various things from rage and anger to sadness, to emptiness after the finale and even all about plot holes you might be caught up on.

Fans can book 30 or 60-minute sessions as they need.

A counselor from Bark explains that sometimes we get so invested in these shows that “pull us in” that their storylines become a part of ours, a part of our lives, and it’s sometimes hard to say good-bye to people we connect to, even if they’re fictional.

For more information on a Game of Thrones counselor, you can check out by clicking here.

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