Is anyone getting better, though?
In my not-so-humble opinion, they're taking the wrong medicine. The wrong approach. I propose
One-on-one therapy at home has produced excellent results. Intensive out-patient therapy is available--free of charge--at your local shelter or rescue organization. For severe cases, we recommend volunteering at least once a week with a rescue organization. Aside from the endorphins your brain produces around chubby, furry, warm, and playful creatures, nothing gives your life a sense of purpose like an animal that needs you.
(If this seems contradictory, because you think rescuing animals exposes you to too much pain, remember: there's no light without dark, no day without night, and no joy without pain. It's part of life.)
Choose the course of therapy that best suits you. Except for allergies, no counter-indications apply.
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