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Author Topic: Top Signs Your Friend Requires Anxiety Consultation and Treatment  (Read 508 times)

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Offline KristenSwan

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Imagine you find your friend always shivering while standing, sneezing continuously for days together, or just struggling to do anything for weeks together. Most of the times, chances would be that your friend is definitely unwell.

It?s not like you need to any professional expert to read the signs. It?s just that whether that?s physical pain or something else is going on in their world.

But, chances are more of mental issues is going on with your friend. I understand you might be hesitating to tell your friend that he/she needs to see a specialist for consultation and treatment.

Remember, being mentally ill is not a taboo, it?s just like your body is not cooperating with you. In the same way, your mind is doing those glitches as well.
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