We would however like to express our gratitude to for the kind use of some of their resources.Please note that you may be connected to our sister website when accessing some of the options that we offer.The chat is open for you to discuss issues such as the anxiety of a new diagnosis, treatment decisions, relapse, treatment side effects, emotional and physical toll, fatigue, interpersonal relationships, caregiver "burnout," living with uncertainty, and other issues related to caring for someone with a blood cancer.
The online chats are not a replacement for psychotherapy or support groups. Read more about each chat below: Participants must agree to the terms posted on the registration page, including posting truthful and appropriate comments, staying on topic, listening to and respecting others, and protecting privacy.
This chat provides a forum for family members and friends to address the stresses and triumphs shared by those caring for someone with a blood cancer.
The role of the moderator/facilitator is to provide support and guide conversation, as needed, throughout the chats.
The moderator's role is largely determined by the wants and needs of participants in each chat.
Older students will often avoid teen chat rooms and look for a chat filled with more mature students who are likely to carry on meaningful conversations.
For the most part, college students tend to congregate with people within their age group.
We can get online, learn about everything that is out there, and get into chat rooms where we can meet people who have similar interests to those that we have.
So, how are we supposed to find just what we need in order to find those things that we need?
DEPRESSION SUPPORT: LIVE DEPRESSION CHAT ROOMS, FORUMS, BLOGS AND COMMUNITYThis website is dedicated to depression and anxiety peer support.
The main forms of communication we offer are via our supportive Depression Chat Rooms, Depression Forums and our Depression Blog section.
This chat is open to discuss any issue related to living with myeloma: a new diagnosis, treatment decisions, relapse, treatment side effects, emotional toll, fatigue, clinical trials, living with uncertainty, etc.