Support groups can be an important part of rehabilitation and transition. They provide emotional support for people facing similar, often difficult situations. Support groups allow people to share information and openly discuss their problems and medical conditions in a safe and supportive environment. One that is without judgment. They offer an on-going forum for discussing feelings and hearing others talk about their similar situation.
Participation is support groups can help people deal more effectively with their medical condition and offer a wonderful opportunity for socialization with peers. One of the most important benefits of support groups is provide members with the feeling that they are not alone.
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