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nixieGurl
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Hey,

I just wanted to say thank you for all of your help lately. And I wanted to give you a message from my counselor, I told her that you have been helping me so much and told her about scarleteen, and I was wondering is it ok with you if she reads my posts and the replies, just in my thread, without becoming a member? I was not sure of the rules about that and I didnt wanna break any. The only reason I asked is I am not too good at talking to her about how I have felt face to face, and so I mentioned that I have been writing it all here and she could read a couple of them from my posts, so was just wanting to check that its all ok with you before we do that.

Thanks again Miz Scarlet. Im still struggling through this thing, but this place helps so much.

Nixie

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wobblyheadedjane
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Hey nixie, anyone can read the boards without becoming a member. [Smile] So your counselor can definitely read your threads without joining. You could also print them out and bring them in, if you'd like, but if your counselor has net access at work, she can read them online without signing up.

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Heather
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Just to second that vote: always, absolutely.

And like I said, too, you may want to go ahead and print out a lot of your posts, especially from the start, per making your case if reporting. It might be of a lot of help.

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nixieGurl
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Thank you,

I will let her know, and we may print them out like you said. Im not really sure whats going to happen and what I will need to do. So I guess getting the posts is a start.
Thanks again,
nixie

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