Keeping Current With Fresh Posts

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Keeping Current With Fresh Posts

Postby allesandro » Wed Feb 14, 2018 12:08 am

It may not be my place to say this but I think if we all tried to contribute more to this site we could keep it a bit more current.
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Re: Keeping Current With Fresh Posts

Postby Tom fod » Thu Feb 15, 2018 7:46 pm

Thank you.

I completely agree, Whilst we can't force people to post X number of posts a week (and I wouldn't want that) it would be great if it were more lively here.

I try to answer posts that are going unanswered where I can as I'm conscious people in many cases will be feeling a bit distressed and I don't want them to lose hope in the Forums and feel utterly alone. We all have valid experiences we can share that may help someone to feel that their situation maybe less hopeless, than they first felt.

Equally If I've responded to a post and anyone's thinking what utter waffle I'd be really quite grateful if anyone can offer a potentially more helpful perspective.
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allesandro
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Re: Keeping Current With Fresh Posts

Postby allesandro » Fri Feb 16, 2018 2:20 am

I know respond to many posts. I think that is extremely generous of you. Thanks


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