Comment Policy

I’m in the process of developing a comment policy to ensure that this blog promotes respectful dialogue, for myself and the other victims of spiritual abuse who read this. As you may know, as the moderator to this sight, I reserve the right to delete or moderate any comment or remove any person who doesn’t maintain a respectful attitude toward the author of this site, or toward the victims of abuse.

In addition, I’m going to be enforcing some stronger boundaries on the comment board. In order to do so, I’m organizing a Frequently Asked Questions page to appease all those who want to bash the writer with the same comments over and over and over. I’m currently drafting up answers to your most frequent questions, and organizing the hyperlinks to posts that I’ve already answered those questions.

Some of those questions include (but are not limited to):

  • If it was so bad, why did you stay?
  • Don’t you know that you’re slandering pastors?
  • Why did you choose to use names in this blog?
  • Why are you spiritually attacking godly men and women?

And some insults including:

  • You’re not acting very Christian by writing this blog;
  • You’re judging those pastors;
  • You’re the Devil;
  • You’re a Jezebel;
  • You’re bitter;
  • You’re angry;
  • You’re fill-in-the-blank with numerous other accusations.

Most of these questions, comments and accusations have been answered on this blog; however, as I’m always in the process of improving the site, an easier to read page with all of the answers/responses to these will be accessible in the next few weeks.

Thank you for your patience readers and haters.

And no matter what side you are on: Have a Happy Thanksgiving.

3 thoughts on “Comment Policy”

    1. Thanks, Leah! I sure do appreciate you reading.
      Internet trolls are awful human beings. I’m not going to let them continue to say gross things to me, or anyone who speaks out.

  1. Even if it only proves that I have had too much experience dealing with difficult people, I feel certain eventually a couple of things will happen when on the internet and dealing with misguided religious zeal.

    You will get trolls who read your stated policy word for word and then they will try to make you stumble upon your own words in the stated policy.

    Someone will pretend to be supportive in an attempt to lull you into misplaced trust, then when you relax a bit will they will attempt to embarrass you by publicly proclaiming you to be hypocritical if they can not manipulate you into a stance more in line with their true agenda.

    God only knows how many other trollish tricks these folks may have up their sleeves!

    My advice Lisa….never forget it is your cultlife, your party here, and you can edit as you damn well please! You can also change, grow, and handle thing differently any time you please because…it’s your party and you can do as you damn well please!

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