Group Guidelines & Etiquette
Thank you for being a part of our online community. To ensure the best possible experience for all group members, we have established some basic guidelines for participation.
By joining this group, you agree that you have read and will follow the rules and guidelines set for these online communities.
We value your contributions to our site and encourage you to use our forum to share your thoughts, feelings and concerns on each topic. Many of the topics are related to the Healthy Tips articles. So it would be helpful to read them before posting. However if you have any life concern…marital, work related, parenting, mental health, relational, etc. feel free to share your post. You can both click on a topic and join the conversation or you can create a new post.
We also want to make sure that Health Chat with Nina is a safe place to share and provide insight into helping each other be a healthier person physically, mentally, and spiritually. To help us with this goal please ensure your posts are:
To maintain a safe, encouraging environment on our forums, we ask our members to limit their comments to courteous and respectful language at all times. Any posts that include sexually explicit comments, hate-speech, prejudiced remarks, or profanity will be removed. We also reject posts that advocate or describe participation in illegal activities and those containing graphic descriptions of death, injuries or violent criminal acts.
Relevant to being a Healthier Person
Keep your forum posts relevant and helpful to the person who posted. Please don’t include personally insulting language, smear campaigns, or any personal opinions about political, ethical, religious, or wider social issues. If you have a question or comment about our forums moderation policies or there is an issue with your account, you can contact us via Contact Us.
Health Chat with Nina reserves the right to remove any content (links, text, or images) we deem inappropriate. If any member violates any of the above guidelines, we reserve the right to ban the individual from further participation.