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Two Oprah Support Groups

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Oprah lists several resources on her website for people struggling with mood disorders.

Two online support groups that she offers are the bipolar support group (click here), and the dealing with depression and on meds support group (click here).



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posted June 14, 2007 at 12:16 am


Very nice work, admin! Have advised. It is healthy.



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