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Depression can change your life’s work, but recovery is possible

Turning 40 is a major milestone in most people’s lives, and when Cindy Radu passed it a decade ago, it certainly looked like she had everything under control.

She had successfully transitioned her career from chartered accountant to tax lawyer and was working for a major law firm in Calgary. A month before her wedding, she decided to travel to London, England for four days of shopping and seeing shows with three of her closest girlfriends. It should have been the trip of a lifetime, but it wasn’t. “I just remember being a complete bitch,” Radu says.

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