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( Crisis After Crisis (9)

Therefore, Huo Mian had no choice but to send him a WeChat message so he could see it as soon as he turned his phone back on. “Don’t worry about me, do what you have to do.”

It was normal for Qin Chu to go to T City for work, but why was Huo Mian feeling so restless?

She felt super anxious…

The truth was, as GK’s president, it was normal for Qin Chu to travel around the country.

However, he liked being at home, so he delegated these tasks to the vice president and high-level executives.

He paid great attention to T City because it was a coastal city that focused on imports and exports. Moreover, the city’s economic development had been rapid.

Unfortunately, after the first incident in T City, Qin Chu withdrew his main forces and sent Jiang Linyue over to assume command. She was practically in exile and he stopped giving important projects to that branch.

Even so, another incident happened – the scandal of a forced demolition caught public attention and Jiang Linyue subsequently disappeared…

If a reporter found out and exposed the scandal, GK’s reputation would once again sustain serious damages.

Therefore, Qin Chu wanted to handle this issue before some a small newspaper outlet got its hands on the story.

“Chief, a patient asked for a consultation, would you like to see her?” Chen Jie pushed open Huo Mian’s office door and asked carefully.

Huo Mian already saw two patients in the morning and was technically allowed to go rest. However, upon hearing that there was another patient, she looked down at her watch and saw that it wasn’t noon yet.

Therefore, she nodded. “Let her in.”

Two minutes later, Chen Jie came in with a pretty girl, around 17 or 18 years old. She had long hair, big eyes, and a fair complexion.

However, there were dark circles under her eyes and even some bruising…

“Have a seat.” Huo Mian pointed at the seat across from her, and the girl sat down stiffly.

“Have you visited a doctor before? Do you know what you’re suffering from?” Huo Mian picked up her medical record and saw ‘persecutory delusions’ written on it.

“I do, my mom took me to a lot of hospitals and I saw countless physiatrists, but none of them cured me,” she answered, her voice hoarse.

“You suffer from insomnia? You can’t sleep at night?” Huo Mian asked.

“How did you know?” The girl looked up and glared cautiously at Huo Mian.

“Because you have serious dark circles under your eyes…”

“Shhhh! These aren’t dark circles, someone hit me…”

“Someone hit you? Who?” Huo Mian froze.

“I don’t know who, but it’s someone scary… they always come in when I’m sleeping and hit me… It’s terrifying…”

Huo Mian: “You’re saying that someone goes into your room and hits you when you’re asleep?”

The girl nodded…

“Don’t you wake up from the pain? Can’t you see who that person is?”

“Shhhh… be quiet, I can’t see him, I think he’s a ghost…” the girl replied mysteriously, her expression as creepy as could be.

Terrified, even Chen Jie shuddered as she listened on the side.

Huo Mian, on the other hand, replied calmly, “It seems like you really do suffer from persecutory delusions. Do you always feel like someone’s trying to harm you?”

“Of course… there’s a lot of bad guys in this world… they hide in the crowd and you can’t even recognize them. But, when you’re not paying attention, they’ll strangle you to death…” Then, the girl suddenly stood up and reached for Huo Mian’s neck.

Thank god Huo Mian reacted fast; she held up her arms and covered her face. However, the girl scratched her arm…

Chen Jie immediately ran up and held the girl down. “Please, calm down…” she consoled her without letting go.

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