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#452900 - 11/08/13 04:34 PM other male online support groups.
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Loc: New Hampshire
Does anyone know of any other on line support groups for men? I love male survivor.org and i just wanted to know if there are others like this site out there.

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#452907 - 11/08/13 04:51 PM Re: other male online support groups. [Re: jas4159]
Still Offline
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...nope...

The ladies have an EXCELLENT one that is strategically paired with MS, but I know of no other organization like MS.

Ladies: "PandorasAquarium"

URL: might be "Pandys.org...not sure

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#452908 - 11/08/13 04:55 PM Re: other male online support groups. [Re: jas4159]
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I've heard pandora's has major problems with males there, sad really. Another site is www.aftersilence.org. Mixed gender but is a good place like here 2.
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#452914 - 11/08/13 05:25 PM Re: other male online support groups. [Re: jas4159]
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Thank you, I tried pandora's and bufalo is right. Pandora's has a total double standard and they do not like guys on that site. I was amazed at how badly i was treated there.
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#452922 - 11/08/13 05:58 PM Re: other male online support groups. [Re: jas4159]
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Agreed about Pandy's.

When I brought up about the issue, my post was deleted and I get nasty PM's from the head op and was basically told I could leave if I had issues with it. So I did. Even insisted they deactivate my account, which they happily did as well.

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#452939 - 11/08/13 07:45 PM Re: other male online support groups. [Re: jas4159]
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there is one called menthriving.org

not as big or active as MS but looks pretty good.

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#452972 - 11/09/13 02:30 AM Re: other male online support groups. [Re: jas4159]
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Originally Posted By: jas4159
Thank you, I tried pandora's and bufalo is right. Pandora's has a total double standard and they do not like guys on that site. I was amazed at how badly i was treated there.



I've been a member there for YEARS and I have never felt SO unwelcome. They moved the men's forum to a position of sub-topic of a sub-topic just under something like "Community Outreach."

But I was answering the question directly. {Are there any other male support groups?} Pandy's is one BIG honking site with online activity unlike anything I've ever seen.

Menthriving.com is back-alley at best. No rules of decorum or safety. Always seemed like a cruising place to me with a heavy emphasis on homosexuality, not healing.

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#452978 - 11/09/13 03:43 AM Re: other male online support groups. [Re: jas4159]
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The web site 1in6.org has a lot of good resources, and a 24hour support line that can be accessed via telephone or online chat. There's no forum or chatroom though.
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#453076 - 11/09/13 11:36 PM Re: other male online support groups. [Re: jas4159]
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thanks everyone

rich
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#453107 - 11/10/13 04:08 AM Re: other male online support groups. [Re: Still]
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Originally Posted By: Still

Menthriving.com is back-alley at best. No rules of decorum or safety. Always seemed like a cruising place to me with a heavy emphasis on homosexuality, not healing.


that has not been my experience at all. From what I've seen, they are a small but very authentic group of guys who are genuinely devoted to supporting each other.


Edited by Jacob S (11/10/13 04:14 AM)
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