Healing Sisters Guidelines and Terms of Use

Thanks for your interest in Healing Sisters. We want you to have the most positive experience possible on our website. We work hard to provide a supportive, encouraging and anonymous atmosphere that will help you in your healing journey. Please read, blog, and comment on the site. We just ask that you follow our guidelines below:

  1. All communication should be respectful. Watch the tone of your words. We will delete posts and comments that contain bullying language or verbal attacks. Know that what you say may have a profound affect on someone who is already hurting.
  2. We don’t censor—most of the time. Use of profanity can be a means of expressing your deepest emotions. But if it’s used to attack someone else, we reserve the right to remove it from the site.
  3. We will take down words that incite, threaten or promote violence.
  4. We do not allow anyone to solicit on our site. Please do not attempt to gather, collect or store information from other sisters. If you’re a TV producer or writer, this is not the place to look for sources. Do not invade privacy.
  5. Do not threaten suicide or self-injury on Healing Sisters. Contact your local crisis hotline. 1-800-SUICIDE
  6. If your posts seem to be intentionally hurtful to others, we will give you a warning, then take your post down, and at last resort, ban you from contributing to the site.
  7. Please keep in mind that not everyone you meet in the group is who they claim to be. Take all safety precautions. We will be monitoring the site as much as possible to do the same.
  8. We’re sorry but we at Healing Sisters are not qualified to be your therapist or counselor. We cannot respond to these kinds of requests, but we do encourage you to seek help in your local area.

If you have any questions about our policies, or feel you have not been respected, please take a minute to Contact Us and let us know your concerns.

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About Stacey Lannert

Stacey is free. In January 2009, Missouri Governor Matt Blunt commuted her sentence of life without parole. She is currently speaking out about sexual abuse and sharing her message of love, healing and forgiveness.