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Heather
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As most of you know and are aware, in our user registration agreement we ask users not to "bump" threads -- not to add a new post of their own to a thread where they are waiting for a reply to get it attention.

However, we remain very short-staffed and also very busy, and unfortunately, some posts have been getting missed, for which we're incredibly sorry.

So, if you have left a post that has not been answered by anyone within 48 hours, please feel free to make an exception to the usual rule and give it a bump.

Thanks for your patience!

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Heather Corinna, Executive Director & Founder, Scarleteen
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