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16 Jan 14 #419268 by rubytuesday
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As we have a lot of new members on site, TeamWiki thought that a reminder of the Wikivorce ethos and our moderating policy would be a good idea.

Our ethos is simple - We are a support site, and all our members deserve respect and support. If you find that you are unable to post sportively, or in a helpful of constructive manner, then we would ask that you step back from that thread and refrain from posting on it.

Our moderating team are all volunteers, who give an inordinate amount of thier own time to ensure that Wikivorce runs smoothly and is a safe and supportive site for all our members. It is not possible for our team to read each and every post that appears on the forum, so if you have any concerns at all about either a post or a poster, then please use the "report this post/user" button, which is found at the left of the post, under the member''s forum profile. We take all user reports seriously and give each one our full attention.

For those who are new to posting on a public forum, sometimes the more robust advice given by our members may cause you upset, again use the report button if anything is posted on your thread that you find unhelpful/upsetting. Its also worthwhile bearing in mind that often the advice we need to hear isn''t always the advice we want to hear.

Wikivorce is an all-inclusive site, for everyone affected by family break-up - this means that our members are able to give a wide range of views, thoughts, shared experiences and perspectives. Not everyone''s views/experiences will mirror your own, and it''s important that, providing a differing opinion is posted within our ethos, that the other person''s opinion is respected in turn.

Our Terms and Conditions can be viewed by clicking here and our site policies by clicking here

Family break-up/separation/divorce is an exremely traumatic and emotional time for all who are involved, and Wikivorce aim to ease that trauma by providing free support, advice and information for anyone who may need that.
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