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Case study part 3

Case study of MR Rahman part 3.

Mr Rahman’s wife informs you that he used to go to the market (2 kilometres away from his home) every day to meet with his friends and attend social events. He also used to go to the mosque regularly five times a day for prayer.

Gradually, his routine has changed; and now he does not like to do these activities. He cannot tolerate family disagreements, something he did not take into account before. Furthermore, he does not want to visit a doctor for these problems.

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