Support Group For The Loved Ones of Hypothyroid Patients

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Today, I set up a group for the spouses/partners/husbands/wives/boyfriends/girlfriends etc. of those living with hypothyroidism.

Often the other half or loved ones of those battling thyroid disease is forgotten about, even though they’re trying their best to help their hypothyroid friend or family member and are often the backbone to the support. They tend to see the true extent that thyroid disease has on the patient, when no one else does, and so often need somewhere to talk and seek advice and support, too.

For this reason, I have set up a relaxed group for the loved ones of those with an underactive thyroid or hypothyroidism to ask questions, share experiences, ask for advice and come to for support.

Please ask your partners, friends, parents, siblings etc. to join.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/449586315231741/

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Written by Rachel, The Invisible Hypothyroidism

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2 thoughts on “Support Group For The Loved Ones of Hypothyroid Patients

  1. My husband was just diagnosed with an under active thyroid I’ve noticed a change in personality of the last 6 or 7months try skin and now I see some depression he’s pulled away from me he’s very cold he thinks it’s us when I really think it’s the disease when I say cold I mean distant and cold towards me his partner of 36 years he tells me he loves me but he doesn’t know what’s going on with him and I’m trying to hold on to hope upon hope that I can keep this marriage is a great man has always been a great husband and friend I’m gentle as can be but now he seems almost narcissistic is this something that’s very common .

  2. I was so happy to find this group . I am hoping bisnin an active community , because I truly have a lot of questions and could really use someone to talk to from time to time . I look forward to helping wherever I can as well .

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