Contact

Currently, there are two ways to contact me personally.

1. Via my public Facebook page. I don’t have private messaging set up, but you can add pertinent comments in any of my posts.

2. Or you can contact me via email, using this contact form:

 

* Please Note *

⇒ PRIVACY

I take your privacy very seriously, and I will keep private all personally identifiable information sent to me via this contact form, including your name, your email address, your IP address, your country of origin, as well as any information you send to me that you state and/or that I deem to be of a personal, private nature. However, relevant and important questions or comments may, at my discretion, be addressed in an upcoming blog article. Please read the “Contact Me” section of my privacy policy for more information.

⇒ SAFETY

Please do not send me your private information, such as your telephone numbers or your street address. This is not a wise thing for anyone to do. See: “Survivor Safety and Lessons Learned.”

Any emails that threaten the safety of myself or others will be reported to the proper authorities.

⇒ DEBATES & ARGUMENTS

My email is NOT set up to debate back and forth on any given topic. The opinions expressed on this website are my opinions. If you do not agree with my opinions or if they are offensive to you, you are welcome to email me to let me know, if it’s important to you to make sure I know how you feel. However, I still will not engage in debate or argument. My arguments are set forth on my various blogs; there is no need to engage in lengthy debate/arguments via email. It’s a waste of time and energy for both you and I.

⇒ COUNSELING AND COACHING

I’m not a life coach, a counselor, or any type of mental health professional, so please respect this, and do not try to use me as such. Please read my disclaimers.

⇒ RESPONSES

I may or may not choose to personally respond to your email. Whether I choose to or not depends on several factors, some of which include:

  • My energy level.
  • Circumstances in my life.
  • The tone of your email. (In other words, you aren’t likely to get a response if you write me a message that is mean or condescending or otherwise nasty.)