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greetings debby, for the past few days i am trying to create a new discussion
but cant do,everytime when write evrything and click add discussion..it comes as error...time is past ,refresh and add again,,,but i tried immdiately for many times in vain...what to do
here i am presenting the discussion can u help to post/create a new discussion...will u , thanks with regards expecting ur reply
NEW DISCUSSION....to be added in the group " Translating Language into Repertory Rubrics "
[ topic FEIGNING - SICK , TO BE ]
which means assuming an appearance of sick, or pretending to be sick.....
here the patient pretends to be sick, or exaggerates his complaints to get more attention or else....
1. some childrens may pretend to be sick, to avoid going schools etc
2. elder patients may moan/ exagerrate to turn everyones attention towards them
CASE;- a girl 4yrs, brought by her mother, with complaints of cough for the past 11/2 mont
Dear Senthil - Yes, you did do it just fine here. I have no idea why it would not work in the other section unless you are not a member of the TRANSLATING LANGUAGE GROUP. Perhaps you just need to click JOIN GROUP button.
I just checked and it looks like you are a member there. Maybe try one more time.