As a breast cancer patient, I tried a few support groups. However, I couldn’t relate to others’ situations and didn’t quite fit in. What bothered me was people’s unwillingness or inability to talk about their innermost struggles and fears. At Gilda’s Club, a monthly support group was worth checking out. It was moderated by a social worker who was also a breast cancer survivor. I sat … Continue reading the story "The Support Group That Went Haywire"
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I recently witnessed a support group in action – and it was comprised of four-year-olds. It was the end of a weary day, and I was picking up my daughter from pre-school. As usual, I was in a hurry to get her home. After all, we had a schedule to follow: dinner, some mandatory fun, and bedtime rituals. I was also preoccupied – dwelling on work I … Continue reading the story "The Youngest Support Group"