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The Omegle of Psychology

a startup idea shared by Charlotte Amadi on 10/29/2013

Pain: First world problems, teenage 'crises', immediate decisions, etc are all real and constant issues that aren't worth paying for a therapist. Not to mention that your friends get tired of the hassling, and some decisions are a bit more private. Websites like Yahoo Answers can take ages to get lackluster responses or even ridicule. Solution? A website where people can meet up and talk to people from all different backgrounds and experience levels about a pressing issue in their lives. Guest and Sign-Up accounts available, potential for jobs via 'Experts' and actual professionals, and of course the allure of the ability to ask a stranger if she's DTF, if you're pregnant, if you should get a cat or a dog, and so on.

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