Comments on this site are moderated—that means that before they are posted on Finding Hope our editor will review them. We reserve the right not to post your comment if it fails to meet our safe blog guidelines, and to disable comments on any post if it deals with a particularly sensitive subject. If we edit your comment to meet our guidelines we will explicitly mention it alongside the comment. This is all being done to protect the integrity of the discussion on the site, especially since Finding Hope contains stories of a personal and sensitive nature.
Our comment guidelines (which we are constantly reviewing), will not allow us to publish comments that:
- promote any form of medical treatment or advocate for any particular therapeutic approach;
- wander off topic;
- use inappropriate, prejudicial, or foul language;
- include personal attacks of any kind.
If you choose to include a link with your comment, please ensure that it is particularly pertinent to the conversation at hand; we otherwise reserve the right to remove it before publishing the comment.
In order to leave a comment on Finding Hope you will be asked to provide your name (which will appear at the foot of your comment) and your email address (which will never appear publicly). The process is painless, and is meant to provide a level of protection for us all, since it tends to reduce the rate of spam and malicious comments.
Copyright of comments remains with the individual commenter.