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Adult Children forum group is now publicly viewable

Unread postby AndrewBCSS » 26 Jul 2011

Hi there,
In order to help people find our forum more easily, I've changed the settings on most of the forums so that what is posted there is now visible without logging in and visible to search engines. All posts that were put there before the change have been moved to the private forum to preserve the privacy of those who wrote them.

If you would like your posts to be invisible to search engines, and not visible to people not logged in, I hope you will use the private family and friends support forum.

If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to email me or contact me via this forum.

Sincerely,
Sophia
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Re: Adult Children forum group is now publicly viewable

Unread postby LeslieRobie » 02 Jan 2016

Sophia wrote:Hi there,
In order to help people find our forum more easily, I've changed the settings on most of the forums so that what is posted there is now visible without logging in and visible to search engines. All posts that were put there before the change have been moved to the private forum to preserve the privacy of those who wrote them.

If you would like your posts to be invisible to search engines, and not visible to people not logged in, I hope you will use the private family and friends support forum.

If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to email me or contact me via this forum.

Sincerely,
Sophia

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Teen son with skitzphrenic

Unread postby LeslieRobie » 02 Jan 2016

Please help this all new to me my son is 17 been in out of the hospital was told he has skitzphrenic

If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to email me or contact me via this forum.

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Sophia[/quote]

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Teen son with skitzphrenic

Unread postby LeslieRobie » 02 Jan 2016

I have no idea what to do or how to help my son this disease is so intense I don't even understand it this so confussing to me and my family he fine one day and the next total changed


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