8th July 17:36
Blast from the past: A menopause update (menopause psychiatric)
"Eva" <EvaDStrucNO@NOatt.net> writes:
The words most likely to be used by folk describing the kind of
problems you have, any technical/psychiatric etc. terms likely to be
used by psychiatrists, social services, juvenile courts, etc..
If you get far too many irrelevant hits, you could click on google's
advanced search options and find out how to specifiy exclusion terms
in your search, how to prune an existing search list, etc..
Another way of looking for such support groups ("support" should be a
search term) is to find a university which is well known for research
into that kind of problem. The people doing that kind of research
often collaborate with support groups, and sometimes set them up.
This may not be an easy search, i.e., you'll start and finish in an
afternoon. You might have to regard it as an ongoing project.
You might also find a local face-to-face support group. Good places to
look for these are: ask your doctor; ask your local social services;
visit the community support notice boards at local libraries,
churches, and big psychiatric clinics. I suggest visiting because
those notice boards sometimes contain very useful support information
which the staff can't be bothered to "officially" know about.
Chris Malcolm firstname.lastname@example.org +44 (0)131 651 3445 DoD #205
IPAB, Informatics, JCMB, King's Buildings, Edinburgh, EH9 3JZ, UK