Our Bodies

Body Image
In cyberspace, no one can see your body. How nice ... because in the rest of your life, your body can be a big issue. Especially for young adults growing into a new body. Am I too fat, too skinny, too ugly, too plain, too invisible? What do other people think when they see my body? Does it matter? If it does to you, come in and join us.

Overweight, I think I'm too fat, they think I'm too thin, Too much Acne, Too Invisible, Too Ugly

Alcohol and Drug Abuse
The decision to abuse or stop abusing drugs or alcohol is intensely personal. Yet, your relationships with other people are extremely important in supporting you in your decisions. Come here to share the support with other people who understand you, and share information on ideas and resources that have worked for you.

Coping With Diseases
There is nothing more desolate than a debilitating disease and social isolation. Sometimes people stop talking to you because they don't know what to say - they can't imagine what it would be like to have your condition. Sometimes it is too depressing for other people to think about it, so they avoid you...

Hepatitis C, Cancer, Cystic Fibrosis, Systemic Lupus Erythematosis, Rhematoid Arthritis

Coping with my Mind and Emotions
States of mind, and diseases of the mind can be no less disabling than diseases of the rest of the body. Here we offer you a safe opportunity to share with others like you on topics that may be otherwise difficult to discus openly

Depression, Manic-depressive Disorder, Schizophrenia