I miss a girl

@Linda1234 (4749)
Houston, Texas
January 7, 2017 10:45am CST
A girl got a doctor's degree from a famous university in USA last year. Then she married with a young man who was her school mate. We all wish them love each other forever. Recently I heard the girl got melancholia s symptom. What happened to her? I found she already devoice with the young man this year. She lives with her parents now. I wonder why an excellent girl got the bad situation? She has a good family whose parents love her so much. Now she work at a small business company. And get a low salary.
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@yukimori (9095)
• United States
7 Jan 17
Did she become a doctor because she wanted to be a doctor, or did her parents pressure her into becoming a doctor because they wanted a child who was a doctor? Why do you assume that her situation is bad? Divorcing a spouse who isn't a good fit for whatever reason might be disheartening, but it's a new beginning for both parties. The small business might not pay a doctor's salary, but she might be content where she is right now--and if not, perhaps she is planning her next move and her parents are helping her save a portion of her pay while she lives with them. That's not really a bad situation. Maybe it's not ideal, but we can always change our situations if we're not happy with them.
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@Linda1234 (4749)
• Houston, Texas
7 Jan 17
yes you are right. but I knew she did not like talk to friends now. Less speak than before.
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@topffer (36484)
• Goa, India
7 Jan 17
Exactly what I was thinking. It is better to do a job that we enjoy with a low salary, than a job that we dislike with a high salary : whatever others might think, they are not in her shoes.
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@Linda1234 (4749)
• Houston, Texas
7 Jan 17
@topffer I agree with you.
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@MALUSE (44832)
• Uzbekistan
7 Jan 17
Melancholia or depression are diseases which can strike everybody no matter how educated or well-off they are.
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@Linda1234 (4749)
• Houston, Texas
7 Jan 17
you are right. Maybe they are so smart ,thinking more and got it.
@MALUSE (44832)
• Uzbekistan
7 Jan 17
@Linda1234 Being smart and thinking too much don't cause depression *Everybody* can get it.
@Linda1234 (4749)
• Houston, Texas
7 Jan 17
@MALUSE I see.Thanks.
@Corbin5 (119893)
• United States
7 Jan 17
This is a sad thing to happen to someone who has so much talent.
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@Linda1234 (4749)
• Houston, Texas
7 Jan 17
you are right.
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@Happy2BeMe (75424)
• Canada
7 Jan 17
So sad that things went that way in her life. I will say a prayer for her.
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