Self-help groups, also known as common or mutual help, mutual aid, or support groups, are groups of people who provide mutual support for each other. In a self-help group, the members share a common problem, often a common disease or addiction. Their mutual goal is to help each other to deal with, if possible to heal or to recover from, this problem.
by JamesPoppell5 years ago
Is drug and alcohol addiction a problem of self control or is it a medical condition?Is treatment needed or can one sum up the will power to quit?
by jhop377 years ago
what is common problem of no picturelcd tv has sound but no picture
by Brian6 years ago
Does anyone know if there are any support groups for gays and lesbians that might help gay men with housing assistance?I have been out of work for a while, but, recently started a job that isn't giving me any hours, so...
by Jessica Charo4 years ago
What does, "if you love something set it free" really mean to you?I have heard this saying my whole life and never really understood what it meant. So what do you think it means?
by Seiboi Misao21 months ago
What is the most common problem you have encountered with your partner in your marriage life?
by Daniel J. Neumann6 years ago
Is it possible to help poor people and keep our liberty?I'm sorry; I guess I'm confused again. I never thought these two things were mutually exclusive. Why aren't there more Marxist Libertarians or Conservative...
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