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Re: i fear my t hates me

Posted by rnny on May 22, 2010, at 11:17:29

In reply to Re: i fear my t hates me rnny, posted by Annierose on May 22, 2010, at 8:32:12

Annierose, it cheapens this board to enagage in personal insults or inuendos...even those of the most subtle kind. This board is seen and used by alot of people around the world. I won't engage in replying to your "obviously". But I would like you to know that I am not here to insult or be insulted. That is not the purpose of the board. If you find my feedback to be not of your liking, do not read my posts. That would simplify things for you. I want to help others here and hopefully get help when I need it. When I said I am not here to win friends or influence people by the bystanders or onlookers I meant that I can't come to a board where there are literally hundreds of members and be concerned that my replies are going to be accepted by everyone. As stated in another post, what matters is how my response influences the person I am trying to 'help'. I do want to be sensitive to those around me but this is not group therapy and so while we all need to strive to be civil with one another, the goals of this group are not to establish relationships with one another in a therapeutic way as you do in say, group therapy. Hence, there will be times when different people join the board and you don't like their style. If that is the case, no need to correct the person. Dr. Bob will do that. If you don't like my posts, responses, etc. just forward them to the administrator (Dr. Bob) for review. But let's not use the board to injure each other, even in subtle ways. Have a great weekend.




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