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March 31, 2016 at 8:39 am #8692Journey In (Admin)KeymasterConnection: 👥 172 pts.
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Keep posts short
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Difficult or challenging situations and/or conflict arise as a natural part of any group interaction; they may result in distress or other difficult feelings. You are expected to be responsible for your contributions and responses at all times, including times of difficulty or conflict.
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Please keep an eye out for new members, acknowledge introductory posts, welcome new members, etc. Please be mindful of interactions that may feel excluding. Do NOT resurrect ‘old’ or historical material that is not in the spirit of mutual support.
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