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    l wish to know the term * phychological problems is/are* and secondly what problem(s) could be seen or defined as phychological problems. Thanks. Ven

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    Re: Definitions

    It's a very wide term and could cover any mental problem, including worries, fears, etc.


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    Phychological?

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    Re: Definitions

    Quote Originally Posted by Ven Demilo View Post
    l wish to know the term * phychological problems is/are* and secondly what problem(s) could be seen or defined as phychological problems. Thanks. Ven

    BTW it is spellt psychological. [p] is not pronounced. They refer to different kinds of mental disorder.

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