Sorry, this will be a short post. Lol, that's probably a good thing actually, given you most likely have a busy day. I just want to talk about what I think may be a writer's best friend: their support group.
From what I've seen and experienced, I've come to the conclusion a writer's support network is invaluable for maintaining sanity and morale. Writing is a lonely job, with only the voices in our heads to keep us company.
These networks can be other readers, writers, even friends and family who 'get' us. Basically, it's anybody who shows an active interest in what we do. My support group derives from all the sources I just listed. And each source offers something a little different. My friends and family offer unconditional support even if they really don't understand what I'm doing. Other writers (you know who you are:) provide the guidance and experience I need, while readers give beneficial feedback on my finished works.
If you're a writer, who's your support network? And how do they keep you sane? I look forward to hearing your answers!