No matter how supportive our partners and families are, they don't always understand how it feels to have a MPD. Because MPDs are ‘invisible’ conditions and not much is known about them it can make you feel very isolated and that no-one understands that you don't feel well but can't always explain why you don't. To be able to talk to someone who knows what it is like is so helpful, to know that when you say your bones ache or you are feeling very dizzy, they will know what you mean. MPD Voice has a very active and continually growing buddy programme that matches people up for support either by email or phone, or both. Our goal is to help people cope with the feelings of fear, isolation and confusion related to their MPD, if you would like to have a buddy or could even be a buddy let us know, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org read more about the programme at mpdvoice.org.uk/get-involve...
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