We have some exciting news! We’ve been working hard behind-the-scenes and are thrilled to at last be able to announce the official launch of our Ask an Expert Column!
We’ve put together a team of generous volunteers working in both mental health and medical fields who are passionate about helping others and about Libero and are giving their time to answer YOUR questions. No, this is not a one-time thing. This column is a new project we’ve started that will continue on indefinitely!
Here’s a few things you need to know:
- Each “expert” has been handpicked by us and has offered their time and expertise voluntarily to be a part of the Libero “expert” team.
- Questions can be submitted through our online form found here, and will be sent to our experts and answered publicly on our site here in an anonymous advice column format.
- You can read answers to your submitted questions and questions submitted by others over at our Ask an Expert Column.
- We need YOUR help to get this column running and to keep it in motion! Please send in your questions so our experts have something to answer and don’t forget to tell your friends!
We are so excited to be able to offer this new feature on our site and we look forward to receiving lots of questions from you!
Find out more about our team of experts and submit your first question at liberomagazine.com/ask
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