There's no denying that Taylor Swift is a pretty emotional human being - you only have to listen to a couple of her heart wrenching songs to understand that.

But besides writing lyrics that sound like they've been nicked out of our ruddy diaries, it seems T-Swift understands that her fans who *can't* express their feelings through amazing jingles need an outlet too - and it looks like little group therapy sessions are the way she's helping them out.

Taylor Swift holding 'group therapy' sessions for fans after her concerts? - Taylor Swift images - sugarscape.com

Yep, as if we couldn't love the Swizzlestick any more, she's gone and revealed that she's turned agony aunt for her loyal Swifties in the past and even gone so far as to invite them to hang out after her shows and hatch out any problems they might be having.

Chatting to Top of the Pops magazine, Taylor admitted she didn't have the best time at school when she was growing up, saying: "The kids at school thought it was weird that I liked country [music]. They'd make fun of me. They didn't think I was cool or pretty enough, so they stopped talking to me.” WELL, we bet they're regretting *that* now.

But considering she had that rough time at school, she doesn't wany any of her fans feeling the same, so she came up with this pretty genius soution. "After the show we pick fans randomly and they're brought backstage into this amazing tent called Club Red.

"I go in with about 35 to 40 fans and hear what's going on in their lives - whether someone's picking on them at school or if someone had a party and invited every single girl in the class but them. It happened to me, and that's why as an artist, you should try and help people one-on-one.”

Taylor Swift holding 'group therapy' sessions for fans after concerts? - Taylor Swift images - sugarscape.com

Gah, well when she puts it like that, we think we might need Taylor to dish out all the future advice we may need. For example, despite ringing the fit guy in IT every day and pretending there's something wrong with our computer, he HASN'T asked us out yet. Thoughts, Swifty?

Would you want Taylor as your celeb agony aunt then? Or would you rather just listen to all her stories about her hot boy romances? We want both. Comments below please...

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