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Celia spends a good deal of her time worrying, is easily fatigued, and often has difficulty concentrating, which is affecting her grades in school. Her symptoms may characterize: 1 Bipolar 2 GAD 3 Depression 4 Panic Disorder
Celia spends a good deal of her time worrying, is easily fatigued, and often has difficulty concentrating, which is affecting her grades in school. Her symptoms may characterize: GAD.
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Celia spends a good deal of her time worrying, is easily fatigued, and often has difficulty concentrating, which is affecting her grades in school. Her symptoms may characterize: GAD.
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