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Why Do People Come to See Dr. Guo? PDF Print E-mail

There are many reasons that different people seek Dr. Guo’s help.

Here are some reasons that people have come to seek professional help.  Do you recognize a concern of your own? 

  • My husband and I have been married for three years.  We don’t fight but we are not close any more. He comes home and sits in front of the television and when I try to talk to him, he does not show any interest. He is a nice man but I just don’t know why we are together. 
  • I fell in love with someone else but I am not sure whether it is love.  I don’t know why because I have been with my wife for 11 years and I love her. 
  • I love my girlfriend but I always want to have the attention of other females.  I don’t know what to do about this. 
  • I love my wife but she says that I don’t know how to be romantic.  What can an engineer do?  We are not built to be romantic. 
  • Should I leave my wife because she has had an affair? 
  • My spouse and I are from different cultures and we argue because of what my parents want. 
  • I have been depressed most of my life.  I don’t want to feel this way. 
  • I am not sure whether I am crazy.  This has been worrying me for a long time. 
  • I don’t want to live the way I have been living. Help me to find another way. 
  • My father committed suicide 20 years ago. I have never felt happy since. 
  • I just broke up with my boyfriend/girlfriend/partner and have unresolved concerns. 
  • I have lived my life based on what others told me I needed.  I don’t know what I want.  What should I do? 
  • I am seeing a man who is not Chinese and my parents disapprove.  What are my options? 
  • I feel that my parents are not good to me, but I don’t know how to separate myself from them and live my life. 
  • We have to spend every Christmas at my in-laws’ because my husband says that is what his parents are used to in Italy. 
  • My wife married me although her parents did not think that I was a good match for her.  Since then, she has stopped loving me. 
  • My mother-in-law is very upset because I asked my husband to help with housework.  She said that in Italy, men don’t do that kind of work. 
  • My boyfriend says that if we marry, a woman’s job is to run the house and take care of children rather than to have a career.  He says that that is the Greek culture. 
  • My parents arranged someone in India for me; they said that marrying will make me a heterosexual. 
  • I don’t know what to do when my mother cries about not able to look after her parents who are holocaust survivors. 
  • My mother is very upset that I and my husband don’t want to go with the family on holiday in Philippines and visit with all our relatives there. But my husband and I have planned to spend a holiday on our own.