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Re: not agitating what might be a stressful time

Posted by Partlycloudy on November 8, 2013, at 18:34:32

In reply to Re: not agitating what might be a stressful time, posted by Dr. Bob on November 8, 2013, at 13:30:47

> > When ever someone talks or relates a story, they can tell us ahead of time whether they want feedback from the group or not. It works really well in not agitating what might be a stressful time. Sometimes, it is good just to get the words out of your head.
> >
> > How civilized to know that you can talk about something and not expect advice, if that is not what you want.
> Posters can also say here that they don't want feedback, or particular kinds of feedback (but not feedback from particular posters). It's nice to have some control over the procless.
> Bob

I think that some Babblers have suggested that in asking for a venting board. Sometimes the written word, with the caveat, "no feedback, please" can be awkward in a place like this.
Unless a poster specified their issue had to do with an off-board problem, people might be scratching their heads and questioning if they had done something wrong.
I'm just saying there would have to be a preface, like me writing about a support group I attend.





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