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You can see what is working for others and decide if it might work for you. You need support.
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Peer support may include consumer providers and consumer-run services. You may need a shoulder to cry on or someone to talk to.
Support groups-where you meet or talk to people who are dealing with the same issues you are-can be a great source of comfort and advice. If you can improve your social support, ask friends if it's okay to contact them outside of the usual boundaries. Other supports focus on support.
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