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Chinese woman facing nonstop pressure from her parents to get married develops severe anxiety disorder

Doctors in China recently diagnosed a 27-year-old woman with severe anxiety disorder caused by the relentless pressure from her parents to get married.

The woman, who resides in Jinan, Shandong province of eastern China, recently went to Qilu Hospital at Shandong University and received treatment after suffering various symptoms, including a panic attack, difficult breathing, numbness and twitching limbs. She was later diagnosed with severe anxiety disorder and respiratory alkalosis.

According to her doctor, Chen Liang, the woman’s symptoms were triggered by a heated argument she had with her parents over marriage, reported Shanhai Video. After repeatedly being told to get married, the woman got into “a big fight” and began feeling her chest tighten.

“She told us that her parents had repeatedly pressed her to marry,” Chen told Shanhai Video. “Eventually, she couldn’t take it any longer and had a big fight with them. After the argument, she felt her chest tighten, so she took quick and deep breaths.”



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Hmong, Chinese, and vietnamese have something in common: pressure their kids.  ;D



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That’s what happen when grown people are still living with their parents  ;D



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