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My parents are employees they are always in their hurry, my maid used to look me in my childhood but my parents dream was to make my bro a engineer n me a doctor but as i did not get rank in eamcet i went into depression and finally joined bsc. From then my parents are treating me as my study is of no use just waste, no one cares for me my bf has joined software field recently he also don't have a single minute to spare for me i m feeling deprived by every one please help to come out of this?
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results dont determine the ability of a person. u not getting into medical does not mean end of the road for you. when you lose one opportunity a few others open. are you seeing the new ones? you need to speak your mind out with your parents. get back to me if you need help.
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Let them think what they feel like. Why should you look down upon your own qualification? There are so many options you have, post BSc. Try selecting one course which suits your temperament. You may do better than many doctors. But it appears you are going into depression. Do regular exercise, pranayama and meditation. Do not expect too much from anybody; that will only lead to disappointments. Join some sport and keep yourself busy. If you still feel low, consult a psychiatrist in person. Take care
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