Ever wondered what a "thank you" is on Wikivorce?
Its simply a way to let know someone who has answered your question that you have found their help useful/informative. To send a Thank You, simply click on where it says "send me a Thank You" (not me personally) and the recipient will receive a virtual thanks in their "Thank You" count.
All our contributors are volunteers, they spend an inordinate amount of time helping others through the trauma of family break-down and through the maze of the legal process; they don''t get paid for this, and all too often they don''t get acknowledged for their efforts and the very useful information they share with others who are in need. Without people spending time looking after others, answering their posts, posting blog comments, offering support in the chat-room, and those that help out away from the forum on a one-to-one basis via PM, Wikivorce wouldn''t be able to function as it does - we all owe a great deal of "Thank Yous" to each and every one of our contributors and to show them how much they are appreciated and valued by those who benefit from their knowledge, kindness, and time.
So, next time you appreciate the help/advice given to you by another member, or if simply you feel that they have helped another member, please send a "Thank You" to show your appreciation - it''s only one little click, but makes a lot of difference