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Would you be able to share the name of the place ? I’d like to see what are the available options thank you
Here you go:

https://www.clienia.ch/de/standorte/...-oetwil-am-see

Judging by the Google reviews, it seems that many people have not had the same experience I had. Since I wasn't fully treated there, I didn't have the proper experience. Then again, I have found that most clinics have many bad reviews because it is a sensitive subject. From my brief visit, the people were all very sympathetic and welcoming, and I am a rather sharp judge of character. I also trust my therapist very much.

Thinking of you and hoping you find what is best for you.
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With great joy and very happy, I can inform y'all, that The Pirate not only overcame his depression and is almost back to his former self..... but he also found a new job starting Dec 1st!

It were tiring and extremely demanding times, also for us as a couple, but we fought hard and won in the end.
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With great joy and very happy, I can inform y'all, that The Pirate not only overcame his depression and is almost back to his former self..... but he also found a new job starting Dec 1st!

It were tiring and extremely demanding times, also for us as a couple, but we fought hard and won in the end.

What good news EE! Brilliant, I am so happy for you all!
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Old 06.11.2020, 14:41
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With great joy and very happy, I can inform y'all, that The Pirate not only overcame his depression and is almost back to his former self..... but he also found a new job starting Dec 1st!

It were tiring and extremely demanding times, also for us as a couple, but we fought hard and won in the end.

Keep that feeling of job buried deep. There are times of depression where it may feel like it will never go away. But it DOES.... maybe it comes back...but I can fiercely say "periods of depression may come, but they will go too...they must...and they do"...


the memory fades as well...
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