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They say every mental hospital has a dark secret. Sometimes it's ghosts of the past. Maybe
there was a fire beforehand. Maybe the staff mistreats their patients, or the patients break
loose to go on a killing spree. South Pacific Private isn't like that.
Each patient has a roommate and a nurse to watch over them. Visitors are allowed on family
days. The mental hospital has an outstanding reputation of perfection and healing, perfect
for nearly any case. So many might ask, what is wrong, exactly, with South Pacific Private?
Nothing, that is…unless you consider have a hospital run by the patients as a problem. The
staff is handpicked from the finest psychiatric wards around, just as the brochure claims…
what it doesn't say is that the staff were once patients themselves. How would you feel if
your loved one was counseled by the mentally insane? Oh dear, I believe the doctor was
supposed to ask you that...<br><br>
Fortunately, after a few years of all this wonkiness, the government came to investigate. Most of the doctors and nurses have been either made into patients themselves or transferred to another facility that could better care for them. Enter the new staff. They're a bit too friendly and hands-on, meaning that they have very few boundaries. Some still have disorders of their own, of course. Now, however, patients are left unsupervised on outings, leading to more possibilities of escape. The patients have much more freedom and control in their lives, which could be a good or a bad thing.
You can be anything you want to be here...the problem is, the staff might actually encourage it now.