While flipping through the pages of a novel, this line happened in my vision: 'You should see someone, ' and weirdly I immediately thought somebody was being mentally beleaguered-- and sure enough it was a character advising another to go see a psychiatrist.
This phrase is used in many different circumstances. The context that precedes the statement tells the readers or the participants what kind of specialist needs to be seen. Usually it would not be an urgent situation but it may be very important. It is probably most often used pertaining to some kind of medical help. (This includes psychiatry) But it can include anything in which the addressee seems to be less than competent to handle.
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