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Diary From The Front Lines

What Time Is It?

Christian G. Wolff, MD

Published: August 19, 2009

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One year ago, her husband died. This 68-year-old woman still hasn’ t returned to normalbut is making headway as she prepares for a trip to Europe to visit family. She has been togrief counseling and to see psychologists and a psychiatrist, but she still has disablingsymptoms of panic on a daily basis.


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Volume: 11

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