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An ambitious corporate executive, Amy Jellicoe has succeeded despite the fact she can be her own worst enemy. After a series of self-destructive choices leads to a very public, humiliating nervous breakdown, Amy spends three months at a treatment center in Hawaii, where she learns to live a more enlightened existence. Upon returning home, however, she discovers her new passionate and honest outlook isn't accepted by her family, friends and co-workers, notably her mom, Helen, with whom Amy now lives, and her drug-addicted ex-husband, Levi. Immersed in a more complicated life, Amy must decide what's really important to her.

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Amy gives Tyler a warning; Amy tells her mother about the expose; Amy is taken to meet with Szidon and Abaddonn lawyers.
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Tyler gets Eileen to arrange a meeting for Amy; Dougie gets the official word about Cogentiva's future; Amy confides in Krista and has a tense meeting with Levi.
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Amy lets her guard down with Jeff; Levi returns from rehab in Hawaii.
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Amy, Tyler and Dougie take turns trying to befriend the CEO's assistant; Eileen and Tyler start dating.
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Amy is inspired to use social media to spread her message; Dougie discovers who hacked into Abaddonn's system; Amy has a run-in with the CEO of Abaddonn.
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Amy receives a letter from Levi; Levi escapes for a night of debauchery; Levi decides to return to rehab.
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Amy and Tyler meet with Jeff at a jazz club; Abaddonn's breach of security is exposed; Krista has a complication with her pregnancy.
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Amy orchestrates a meeting with a journalist to share some incriminating e-mails from work; Jeff encourages Amy to find more explosive evidence.
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Amy convinces Levi to get treatment; Amy makes a presentation at work; Amy seeks Tyler's help.
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Amy heads to work, leaving her mother home alone; Helen runs into an old acquaintance; Levi confronts Helen about her role in his breakup with Amy.
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Amy and Dougie's conflict climaxes; Amy asks a favor of Krista.
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Amy and Tyler confront emptiness; Dougie gets a promotion at work.
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A fellow group therapy alumna from Hawaii comes to visit Amy.
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Amy attempts to generate interest in a woman's group at work.
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Amy convinces Levi to go on a river-rafting excursion with her.
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Amy considers searching for a job that is more socially responsible.
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Amy's hopes for a dream job are shattered; Amy struggles to reform her ex-husband and her mother.
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A corporate employee starts a new life after having a meltdown and receiving therapy at a holistic treatment center.

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