In the "All Subforums" list, on the right, is a list of members of our community who have registered and been here in the last 48 hours. I check it periodically to see how our community is doing. To get a vibrant conversation with multiple perspectives that attracts people's attention requires a certain critical mass. To ensure the long life of our independent "TMS Peer Network" nonprofit, we need to build this community. Good conversations inspire other good conversations, and encourage more experienced people to stick around and share their experience. As people build connections on the forum, some of them will want to take leadership roles, which will ensure the continued growth of our Peer Network and help us achieve our mission of spreading the word about TMS. To see how we are doing, I check this list periodically. Normally, I expect it to be in the mid forties. Sometimes it gets down into the thirties, and that worries me, but I figure that thirty people is still enough to have some great conversations. It's a great day when it gets above 50, and on the truly banner days it gets above 60 and a little "... and x more" message pops up below, because the list is currently only configured to show 60 people. People who were here most recently are listed near the top. Anyway, recently, it popped up to 71! How did that happen?! I had never seen that before. Good things are ahead, my friends. Thank you for your support.