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Many CFS and FM patients find support groups to be a beneficial experience. But it is important to find the right kind of support for you. Generally speaking, a successful support group is created when there is a mutual agreement to keep the issues on a positive constructive focus, optimizing participants’ strengths. Holding this as a common goal makes it possible to unlearn obsessive negative thinking. In turn, this allows healing positive experiences to unfold. This doesn’t mean that difficulties cannot be addressed; it just means that the emphasis should be toward seeking the highest and best resolution of problems. (Source: “The Rebellious Body: Reclaim Your Life from Environmental Illness or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome” by Janice Strubbe Wittenberg, R.N.)font>

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