Early in therapy, it is common for people to have a difficult time expressing deeply held thoughts and emotions. As time goes by, however, words will come more easily as personal growth and trust begin to sprout and flourish.
Each of us communicate differently. Some of us are good with spoken words; others are more comfortable with written words; still others prefer their actions to speak for them. Children may communicate differently still, using stories, imaginative play, singing, dancing and art to speak for them.
I am confident that as humans when words are difficult, we will find a meaningful ways to communicate.