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I think that's a great question Anyuser

Posted by judy1 on August 8, 2002, at 11:38:40

In reply to Safety vs civility, posted by Anyuser on August 8, 2002, at 11:21:58

And for me they go hand-in-hand. The answer lies in the person reading an 'uncivil' post. While one person may get angry and lash out at the poster, another person may lack those skills and lash out at themselves (like self-injury). This is how I'm using the context of safety. To further clarify civility is Dr. Bob's job- and while there are egregious posts like Dinah mentioned that use profanity, there are some more subtle ones that Dr. Bob may or may not pick up (I think because of the huge volume of posts and multiple boards). I'm directly disobeying my therapist by being here because she told me I'm not safe, but for some reason I feel the need to always explain myself. Take care, judy




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