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support group

a group of people who meet regularly to support or sustain each other by discussing problems affecting them in common, as alcoholism or bereavement.
Origin of support group
1985-90 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for support group
  • Creating a dissertation-support group made up of fellow doctoral students can enhance your productivity.
  • There is a support group for people who see everything as designed.
  • They are one type of peer support group that may or may not be helpful for some people.
  • Seven months later, she ate a peanut butter cookie at a transplant support group meeting.
  • Talk with friends, read a book or join a support group, but do something.
  • At one point, he pointed to his nose and seemed to indicated to his support group that he was having trouble breathing.
  • Several scenes in the novel take place within a support group for kids with cancer.
  • It will help you to talk with family, friends, or a support group about your feelings.
  • Joining a support group may help bipolar disorder patients and their loved ones.

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