This month we are celebrating @sas32 in the Lived experience side of the forum, for their awesome and supportive posts. A rgeat example is this one here - it is really wonderful to be there and make people feel less alone in this space. for our carers side, we wanted to thank and celebrate @Dani_Murray for taking such time to share their own insights and experiences to help another member here
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Quote's of the month
In lived experience this month - we don't have a quote as such...rather we wanted to highlight a flashcard instead that @AesopWaits created for themselves to help on bad anxiety days! Check it out here
A beautiful quote from @Smc in carers this month: No-one can tell you for certain that it will get better; we can tell you for sure that you don't need to go it alone. - said here
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