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Is there any way to manage my relationship issues with partner?

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Answered by

Dr. Ashok Kumar

Medically reviewed by

Dr. Hemalatha

Published At September 15, 2023
Reviewed AtSeptember 15, 2023

Patient's Query

Hi doctor,

I am 23 years old, female. I left my family to work in a different place. I came from a seven years relationship that I do not have voice. All I do is yes and yes to my partner and I am not happy. When I came here, I learned that I made the wrong decision and want to return home but cannot. I keep on thinking, I do not have someone to talk to so even if I am doing some chores, my mind is busy thinking about my situation. Sometimes, I feel okay and sometimes, I feel I want to die or I will do anything to get out from here. I even tried looking online and do bad things expecting someone might help me. I sleep 5 to 6 hours daily. I take a bath at night-time before bed daily. More details about the presenting complaint is that I am experiencing nosebleed. Not much associated with headache. I feel dizzy and sometimes I cannot focus. Current medications are I use nasal drops for my nosebleed. Thank you.

Answered by Dr. Ashok Kumar

Hi,

Welcome to icliniq.com.

I read your query and understand your concerns. First of all, I like to inform you that you are not alone and there are plenty of options available through the online portal on the current date (Icliniq is one among them). Secondly, not having someone to talk does not mean that you do not have a life. I understand there must be someone close enough to pour out your heart but it does not mean that tomorrow will be the same. With the progress of time, we develop new relationships and I hope you will meet a person who suits your need and will take care of your emotions. I must admit here that bad relationships leave a scar on our mind and despite all the odds, sometimes we long for the person who least cared for our emotions. This seems to be case for you since you are regretting your decision to move to a new place despite taking this decision in your best interest. I need to say that since you have moved from a bad relationship (I feel so) there is a need to stick to your decision and develop new friendships. This is important as the healing of emotional scars need emotional support and without new relationships, it is difficult to get it. Thank you.

Same symptoms don't mean you have the same problem. Consult a doctor now!

Dr. Ashok Kumar
Dr. Ashok Kumar

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