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Woof. Sally Draper's had a rough few years, huh?
She's had to deal with the death of her beloved, live-in grandfather. Then there was her parents' divorce, her mother's new husband (and the political blowback that comes with him) and her father's new wife. On top of that, she witnessed her mother-in-law's mother performing a certain sexual act on her father's business partner and had to move away from her one real friend in the world. Sally deals with her mother's petty crap on the daily and, finally (for now), walked in on her dad, ahem, "comforting" the neighbor lady (who happens to be the mother of the dreamy boy downstairs).
It's safe to say that some professional psychiatric help might be advisable for the oldest Draper kid (that we know about). Luckily, Mad Men some medical professionals are hooked on the AMC drama, too. Vulture spoke with self-diagnosed Mad Men addict and UCLA-affiliated Dr. Paul Puri about how screwed up Sally Draper will be after Sunday's episode (and, you know, the rest of the awful crap she's had to endure because both of her parents are terrible people).