Thank you, again. What I’m trying to do is help researchers see peer support and wellness from our perspective. We should be defining wellness. We should be informing researchers, helping to guide that work, and stepping into research leadership. When I say that we need to define peer support better, I’m not talking about standardizing the conversations we have. I have no desire to overstep boundaries of privacy, or to apply some sort of tourniquet to our evolution. You and I are are actually standing very close to each other in meaning. I’d like to overcome defensiveness among ourselves and against research so we can create more opportunities for peer support based on evidence–our own.