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State of indecisiveness affecting studies - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Mental Health
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User :   hu
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   i have to know about depression
Doctor :   What do you want to know?
User :   my parents have come to knowe about my boy friend i want to avoid such tension and wanna cocentrate on my studies...and i can't leave my boy friend tooo
Doctor :   Can you please specify?
Doctor :   What is it about the depression?
User :   i wana come out this mental trauma coz my parents are asking me either to leave him or my studies????????????/
Doctor :   then depression is not the right word?
Doctor :   You are in a state of non - decisive
User :   okay sori now tell me the solution
Doctor :   Just prioritise according to your other circumstances

Doctor :   age, family status, dependency finances
Doctor :   other relations
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