#31ThingsAboutSM


What is selective mutism? It’s a severe anxiety disorder which prevents those with it from being able to speak freely in select situations or to select people. Visit the NHS website for more info: http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/selective-mutism/Pages/Introduction.aspx


For the October awareness month I’ll be sharing 31 things about SM – one for each day of the month.

Want to join in? You can comment on any of the 31 things using the form below – feel free to leave your comments and I might put some in the next magazine.

To see my 31 things about SM, have a look at the awareness page which I’ll be updating daily, or look out for the daily posts on Twitter @SMSupportMag and on the Facebook Selective Mutism Awareness Month event page
What are your #31ThingsAboutSM?

All questions are optional so you can answer as many or as little as you like.
You can fill in this survey as many times as you like, so if you miss something or want to comment on something you previously skipped, you can.
If you want to, you can also join in on social media with the daily posts #31ThingsAboutSM
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