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06 Feb 13 #378501 by schloer
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I am new to this, and added a post expecting some advice. One person answered and thank her/him for thar. But I was expecting other people''s views and insights , and today I have not received any, bit of a waste of time asking a question.

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07 Feb 13 #378514 by rubytuesday
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I am sorry that you feel disappointed that you believe not enough people have responded your posts (I think it is this one you are referring to - can anyone help need advice ) - a contributor did respond, but you haven''t acknowledged that response. As WhiteRose has already suggested on another post of yours, it is normal to write ''bump'' on the post we want a response to and this bumps it higher, gets more views and hopefully a reply.

Wikivorce contributors/those who answer posts are volunteers and people going, or have been, through divorce themselves who help out on the forum as and when they can, and they answer thousands of posts each year. We can''t guarantee that a post will be answered in a certain period of time, or with a set number of responses. If the original poster hasn''t received the response they are looking for, it their responsibility to manage their thread/question in an effort to get either more responses or the answer they seek.

I have "bumped" up your post mentioned above.

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