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Unable to concentrate in studies due to constantly thinking about others. Ways to control emotions and be selfish?

Respected sir/mam, I am student, doing M.Sc. and my problem is psychological. I am too much emotional and thinking for others all the time but nobody is there to think about my emotions when I am in need & there for I am feeling lonely and depressed, I can’t concentrate on my study and now I am feeling that my I am losing my interests and spending the whole day mudlessly . Would you please help me to control my emotions? And frankly speaking I want to be selfish.
Asked On : Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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welcome to health care magic

The symptoms as told by you possibly points towards "depressive episode" or "adjustment disorder". I advise you to consult a psychiatrist for detailed evaluation and management. The treatment options include antidepressants, psychotherapy (CBT) and counselling sessions.

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