Spoonies Self-Healing Support Group (June 17)

Tuesdays 4pm UK (5pm CET; 11am EST)

Do you believe that you can and will get better? Do you trust that with enough support your body will find a way to heal itself? Is meditation part of your self-help/healing strategy?

We meet every Tuesday afternoon, online, to offer each other support and understanding in our attempts towards living a happier and healthier life despite energy limiting chronic illness.

You can sign up and join each session with this link!

Here’s what some of the current member are saying about it:

great group ! this was my first experience of the support group, I have found it was very stimulating and supportive to hang around with people that really understand where I am. Also we all have different perspective and ideas, and it was really great to share. I enjoyed the collective energy and moods ! and of course, Julie was very good as a host’ Céline
Wonderful support group! What a great group of ladies! Charming, supportive, funny. It’s so nice to share with the group and support each other and get that rare understanding that they know exactly what you’re going through. Love it’ Sharon
Spoonies: Lovely social group for people with cfs. This is a lively support group where all members can give helpful advice to anyone who has a particular problem concerning their cfs. Everyone’s opinion is respected. It is a very democratic group.’ Jane
Great group! A lovely bunch of people who are all very supportive and positive. I really look forward to catching up with everyone each week!’ Angela

You’ll need a laptop or PC to join for free. To access it live using a device you need to download the following low price app: http://www.puffinbrowser.com/download/  (not the free one I’ afraid)

Registration takes a few minutes so make sure you do it in advance of the session!

Ground rules:

  • Positive focus on healing and moving forwards
  • Confidentiality, what others say in the group stays in the group (I won’t be recording these sessions)
  • Turn up on time (late-comers distract)
  • Participation and being fully present (no multitasking/ phones off etc.)
  • Respect, courtesy and looking for the best in other members.
  • Avoid unnecessary story telling. Respect each others time.

If you’d like to hear more about it watch this introduction

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