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Posts posted by MzKeys75

  1. 4 minutes ago, Capulet said:

    I have an iPhone, as well - and I tried this:

    Once the website loads, click the “aA” icon available in the top corner positioned before the address bar. It opens the website view menu. From the available options, choose the “Request Desktop Website” option.

    It didn't work for me.  :(  It's worth a try, though.  Additionally, you could download Chrome for iPhone to see if the result is the same?

    I'm sorry.  Know that we're working on trying to find a solution to the mobile access.  As soon as I find one, I'll be sure to post it! 



    Didn’t work for me, either, but it was worth a shot. Thank you for trying! 💗

  2. 2 hours ago, signedaway said:

    Hi, I'm a survivor and a writer.  I signed a non disclosure after what happened to me, and I had no clue how it was going to impact me, having to keep that secret for the rest of my life.  I'm going to write a book that is an anonymous compilation of stories from women who signed non disclosures after their rape, and how that effected their healing and the rest of their lives.  If you're like me, and sometimes feel like you're the only one who must have had to sign one of these, please please please reach out.  I need to know I'm not alone for having done this, and I was us to find a way to give our stories a voice without compromising the legalities involved.  I know I can do this.  

    First of all . . . hi. :) I'm sorry for what brought you here, but I'm glad you found us.

    Next . . . wow. I'm sure it must be really difficult, especially as a writer, for you to have signed a non disclosure. Does that only affect what you can say publicly, or would that even apply to a therapy-type setting? I certainly hope NOT the latter, as that could make healing especially difficult.

  3. Good for you for taking that first step!  Welcome, although I am sorry for what brings you here.  I hope you find the support you need . . . there are some amazing people here!

  4. Hi, ttsp.  Welcome.  I'm sorry for what has brought you here, but I hope you find what you need.  There are a lot of great people here, and they give excellent support!  Sitting with you.

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