Living w/ ME Support Group: November & December Schedule

Our November and December schedule for the Living w/ ME Support Group has just been announced.

For those who want to get involved in shaping the future of this support group be sure to join our upcoming planning session:

Want to share an idea with us? You can reach us at [email protected]. Also be sure to check out our companion Living with ME Facebook Group:

 
About the Living with ME Support Group:
Do you have ME and want to connect and share with others from around the world facing similar issues? Join us every other Sunday for a time of open sharing and discussion. Help us be a supportive and inclusive global community for each other. Our goal is to draws strength from each others’ experiences and empowers each other to fight to end to this health inequality.
Each week we will discuss a different topic. For example, past discussions have included: 1) the issue of “coming out” to family and friends about having ME, 2) depression, suicide & mental health, 3) ME and work.

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