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    Michael Quadri
    Moderator

    Having a support group or a supportive network can be very beneficial. It can be the difference between having a good day and having a great day. I don’t necessarily have a support group but I have an extremely supportive family and friends that have always been extremely reliable when I called on them for help or assistance.

    #15481
    viviane salzman
    Participant

    I am part of a support group, and yes the group makes a big difference in my life.  Although we have not been able to meet since the pandemic, there are some members I can call when I am experiencing the blues.  It is good to meet other people with sickle cell.  They are the only people who can really understand because they are going to the same thing.  When I call them, they encourage me, giving me tips on how to cope.  I think being part of a group can have very positive impact on one’s life.

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    Kassem Banawer
    Participant

    My family is my best support team especially my lovely wife, she always beside me and support me in all times.

    #15505
    Tito Oye
    Keymaster

    Support groups are so essential!!

     

    Viviane I hope you’ve been able to still connect with them all and that you are all doing well!

    Kassem we are so thankful for people like her – people who just make everything better!

    #15538
    Kassem Banawer
    Participant

    Sure Tito i hope that for everyone

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