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Support Groups bring together people with similar personal concerns, interests or life situations. It is a place where people feel free to express themselves. Think of your support group as a safe, non-judgmental environment where you can share your emotions and experiences. Through time, you will achieve a level of comfort in sharing with members of the group often about things you find difficult share with a spouse, friend, or parent

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Posted by: foundsupport1 | Date: 21.09.2014

What is a Support Group? Support Groups bring together people with similar personal concerns, interests or life situations. Support groups are designed to be a place where people feel free enough to express themselves. A forum for shared experiences, it is a venue for both giving and receiving emoti...

Benefits of Journaling

Posted by: foundsupport1 | Date: 16.09.2014

Medical studies show that writing about trauma or emotions helps people experience happiness, or an increase in health and productivity. James Pennebaker, discovered that people who use writing to make sense of their traumatic life experiences feel happier and less anxious. Through his studies, Penn...

Counseling and Support Groups – How are they Different?

Posted by: foundsupport1 | Date: 16.09.2014

All around you, there are so many support groups in operation today. Left and right, there are recovery support groups for grief, alcohol, and substance abuse. There are health condition support groups devoted to diet, diabetes, and cancer. There are parent support groups, couple support groups, and...

Stay or Go. Why Do Some People Decide to Stay in an Abusive Relationship?

Posted by: foundsupport1 | Date: 29.09.2014

Why do some people decide to stay in an abusive relationship? That’s a difficult question. My first marriage was a myriad of emotional and mental abuse. They only physical abuse was the last night when he raped me, then put a gun on the headboard and told me not to close my eyes that night as...

The Basics of Sucessful Relationships

Posted by: foundsupport1 | Date: 27.09.2014

Denis Waitley said, “Courage means to keep working a relationship, to continue seeking solutions to difficult problems, and to stay focused during stressful periods.” Relationships are complex and take an actual investment. Relationships require hard work and devotion from you to keep your relat...

Finding Support After a Divorce

Posted by: foundsupport1 | Date: 26.09.2014

A break up of a marriage can be a devastating impact on a family’s life: parents and children. Depending on how it’s handled can make a big difference on how the future unfolds for life after divorce. Marriages come apart for a number of reasons. Infidelity, mid-life crisis, and betrayal are onl...

Coping with a Loved One’s Mental Illness

Posted by: foundsupport1 | Date: 25.09.2014

Mental Illness Support Helping someone you love, who has a mental illness, can be difficult. Providing the support they need may not always be easy. Many family members blame themselves for the illnesses of their loved one. Don’t do that. It’s not your fault. It’s important for families “to ...

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