3 months ago
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I'm a Software Engineer working at an Investment firm in Bangalore. Lately, I had been facing many issues at my workplace as well as at my home. At my workplace, I had begun to feel that my seniors have lost their faith in me and my colleagues don't see me the way they used to. I would avoid any social interactions as much as possible. I would be listening to songs on earphone all the time. I would eat my lunch alone and forget about me participating in any team activities. I could see my work quality deteriorating and I felt helpless. I couldn't even mutter enough strength to walk up to my peers and ask for help.
At my home, I have my parents who are both in their old age fighting with diseases like diabetes and thyroid. Every other day, I'd hear about one thing or the other going awry at my home, water flowing into the house, incorrect electricity bills by corrupt government officials. I care for them. And, I know they care for me too. But, when I know they are going through so much problems everyday, how can I expect them to provide me with emotional support. Heck, I wouldn't even feel comfortable sharing my problems. It would only add to their troubles. They certainly try their best when they find out someway that I'm struggling through some personal problems.
Everything just about everywhere around me is going wrong. Where do I go? What do I do? Some mornings I'd wake up with such clouded thoughts in my head that it'd take me hours to just leave my bed and start my day.
Luckily one of my very close childhood friend who lives in Delhi told me about Prof Singh. And, she made such a case that I decided to visit him. I called him, explained him the issue and told him that I want to meet him in person. After hearing about my problems, he explained me that he only follows the best scientific processes out there that he follows and how he would try his best to help me. So, I made travel arrangements and flew to Delhi from Bangalore. Our first appointment went for over 4 hours where he kept listening to me patiently, asking questions and giving answers. In those 4 hours itself, he untied so many knots that had become tied in my head over time, that I was already feeling very relived. And, I had not felt like this in months.
Next, Prof Singh recommended me to go for a test called the MMPI test. He explained me how it would help me understand myself much better, how it would make me aware of issues that I'm prone to and what measure should I take to keep my life in balance. I decided to go for it as my friend had also gone for it and she found it to be an eye opener. Next morning, I gave the test. Later in the afternoon, Prof Singh helped me understand the report, what it said and what that meant. And, I could now see many things that I wasn't even aware of earlier. Many things that I had been doing with a positive outlook were actually the ones that were hurting me. Then, there were issues that I felt had less importance but no it was high time for them to be addressed. An eye opener indeed.
It's been 3 months now. Things at my home are not so much better now, but thankfully, I have the energy to manage things at my workplace. And, I have the energy to figure out ways to help my parents back home and keep them happy too. I'm writing this feedback to serve as a thank you to Prof Singh for helping me out.
Also, I should mention that when my friend told me about the Prof Singh's consultation fee and the cost of test, I was in two minds about going through all this trouble. But, today, it feels like every penny was worth it. In fact, I feel that Prof Singh actually charge less for his time than he could.