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what would you tell a patient in their late 20's, f, who has chronic health problems, poor qol, but is giving up from lack of answers and help?

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You Need Help: I think you need to talk to someone about your low mood. Unfortunately Chronic problems would stay with you for long time, and it is you who can adapt yourself to cope and live with what you are suffering from. I think you need help to guide you to the path to do that. Unfortunately with the Health Tap setting you might not be able to seek such assistance due to the limitation of space and time.
Answered on Jan 4, 2017

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