In the Lived Experience side of the forums, we are celebrating @Maggie for her wonderful sharing of articles around topics that might interest the community and prompting discussion around that such as here
For our Carers forum, we are celebrating @patientpatient who is always open to supporting others by sharing some stories from their own experiences of caring, such as here. This is wonderful and really valued
PS- if you ever feel like sharing something you would like to celebrate for yourself or shouting out a celebration to another member, check out theThumbs up Thursday- Woohoothread!
Help us make the forums even better! It’s that time of year – time for our annual review of the SANE Forums! Whether you're a member or just visiting you’re exactly who we want to hear from about your experiences here in the Forums. More info here
Quote's of the month
'Sometimes when things get challenging we can't see any other way out. I find it helpful to think of a few things that I am grateful for, or even just find some good music to listen to.' said by @likeabirdhere
Lived Experience Forum:
'Personally I am a complicated person - that's a wonderful thing to be - I have been told that too and felt complimented' said by @Dechere
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