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'We Are Going To Tell Our Stories To Give People A Bit Of Hope'

Saturday 5 November 2016


From Scottish newspaper The Press and Journal:


Lynne Collie and Jacqueline McDonald
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Lynne Collie with Jacqueline McDonald.
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‘We are going to tell our stories to give people a bit of hope’

By Blair Dingwall
4 November 2016
© 2016 Aberdeen Journals Ltd

A woman who recovered from chronic fatigue has created a support group to help others in the north-east plagued by long-term health conditions.

Lynne Collie has established the Wellbeing Network in Laurencekirk to bring together local people who suffer from a number of debilitating illnesses.

These include the likes of chronic fatigue syndrome, ME, fibromyalgia and multiple sclerosis.

The 43-year-old, who recovered from ME last year, has set up the not-for-profit group with her friend, nurse Jacqueline McDonald – who suffers from fibromyalgia.


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