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finding reliable medical practitioners
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(13-Aug-2018, 11:49 AM)osojrb Wrote: Dear all,
I am another distressed dad with a 14 years old adolescent with ROGD. Same as many, it was student, came with anxiety and depression, and we are terrified of starting chemical and hormonal treatments.
Does anyone know of a GD critical therapist in Florida in the West Palm Beach area?

osojrb,

I am in the South Florida area and looking for a therapist for my 14 year old Daughter as well. Have you had an luck with finding anyone?
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I'm starting to feel like all 14 and 15 year old females should be sent off to do humanitarian work in a third-world country for a couple years, without internet access.

Toxic, toxic age.
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I found a good one in SW fLorida but maybe too far for you. PM me if you want
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