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  • in reply to: New Diagnosis & constant dread of losing relationship #116076
    Liam9638
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    Try to put all your problems and thoughts on paper. Having written them all, you will see that they are repeated or something that you have not seen before, collect them on one sheet and write solutions to each one separately, the more the better and move forward.

    in reply to: Tolerance of medication #116075
    Liam9638
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    That’s right that I used a similar resource. You can use a free therapist, many therapists need practice, and there are professionals who help for free, try to search it on the Internet.

    in reply to: Any Tips for Reading Textbooks? #116074
    Liam9638
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    Cool advice is to read it out loud, add intonation, even if it is bare figures and an object or book that is of no interest to you. You will not be able to lose attention by reading out loud, and this is useful, and with a bonus you create your own mood. Reading will go slowly, but this is a real way out, believe me, I myself have come across what you are describing.

    in reply to: My Psychiatrist Refuses To Help Me #116073
    Liam9638
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    Terrible situation. If medications are important for you to fight for them, try to find a chief doctor or write a complaint that you were not helped in the hospital. I don’t understand what a modern world is where there is NO in hospitals.

    Liam9638
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    Try to do more analysis. You start to dwell on the minuses of a person, forgetting about his advantages. Write down everything on paper, all the pros and cons, and then how they can be solved. Problems will always be life, but are you ready to solve them with your loved one? If you do not like something in the other person speak directly.

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