There’s also a vibrant network of online groups have also cropped up, like those run by the nonprofit Magnolia New Beginnings. Founder Maureen Cavanagh said members in the closed groups are vetted, so once they’re inside, they can trust that the advice they get is good and can feel free to voice their pain and provide emotional support.
“They realize, sometimes for the first time, that there are other people going through this and they’re not alone,” Cavanagh said. “The worst thing in the whole world is to feel like you can’t talk to anybody about this.”
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