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post Feb 4 2005, 05:05 PM
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Our Courtesies:

SUPPORT- A support group is a two way street of both giving & receiving.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT - It feels good when a post of support is acknowledged.
PERSONAL MESSAGES - Please use email for personal “one to one” communication & not through the message box.

Note: Violations of our Rules may permanently revoke posting privileges

Our Rules:

HURT FEELINGS - Words on a screen are not always received in the same spirit and tone as intended. Most of us are not professional writers or skilled communicators. If you ever feel hurt by a post please give the sender the courtesy of receiving an email and not a public attack.

PROFANITY - LS is family channel with teens and children around the world being encouraged to visit and profanity or implied profanity (missing letters) will be not be permitted!

PERSONAL USE - Unnecessary posting of detailed personal issues that involve lifestyle choices or that express personal opinions on issues as religion, gambling, drinking, drug use or extramarital affairs, sexual orientation, sex, gun control, child rearing problems, politics and a host of other real life issues, do nothing to promote LS mission and are not appropriate. Such real life issues exist for all of LS members and no one should ever feel that their inability to air such issues will in any way impede his or her ability for support.

GENERAL SOCIALIZATION - LS message boards are reserved for giving & receiving support and not for general socialization. There are thousand of fun internet sites and each has a link that allows you to send invitations to your friends requesting that they join you! LS is a place to give & receive pet loss support.


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