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These 4 Common Experiences Drive More Mental Strain Than We Realize

A psychiatrist notes the life moments that hurt most

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In my out-patient psychiatric practice, I recently treated a young man who had, among other problems, severe acne. He told me that his dermatologist had begun a new treatment. My patient asked the doctor how long before there might be results. The dermatologist…

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Mark D Rego

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