It was in early 1984 when, after receiving my basic postgraduate training in the UK, I returned to my home country, Pakistan. As I began to settle down in my professional work I soon realised that I was facing problems on more than one front. Whereas some of these I have been able to overcome with time, others remain largely unresolved. Psychiatrists from the developing world who receive their training in the West and subsequently return to their home countries may be facing similar dilemmas. Here I would like to share some of my own.
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