i just took a peek at the responses in the DB section of the back end of the website — and i found a good number of really heartfelt responses on our active empathy questionnaire.
thank you for your responses, and i hope to have provided some helpful & soothing information in the YouTube video below…
i’ve made the video and this post completely public, so please note that your responses to this particular post are also public. member content is private and for members only. however, if you would like your identity to be private, then please use a pseudonym as your profile name. email addresses are never revealed, and should anyone access or use our email list without permission, then a criminal act is being perpetrated. perpetrators agree to provide us their names and contact information to be able to face criminal charges and prosecution. a straight-forward example of permission-based access to our email list is that our technical service providers do have access, because they need to make sure that emails get sent out to our subscribers 🙂
i kinda wanted to let you know what it’s like to publish health-related content online. it’s brutal…
…destructive efforts have included methods like:
do you have any recommendations or solutions?
well, i’d say the site isn’t working that badly…could you do me a favor and log in and log out, watch some videos, leave some comments, send me a message to my private inbox — maybe click on the members list and send someone a friend request?
oh — and maybe you’d like to be a “featured student?”
also, important: to access the site, you need to register. it’s free. (more…)