Carolyn’s Personal Blog:
✽ Please Note ✽
Because of the volume of email we receive, we do not make a habit to respond to each email individually. It has become overwhelming and taxing to the point of taking over a good portion of our day. Therefore, we set up this joint email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the express purpose to receive relevant questions and comments that we may choose to address on our upcoming YouTube video conversations or on this blog. We will likely not reply to your email message unless we address it on our videos or this blog, leaving out all personal identifying information, and strictly focusing on your important questions and comments. If you would like for us to not publicly address your comments or questions, please let us know in your email message, and we will not. Keep in mind, however, that we are not likely to personally respond to your email.
WE ARE NOT A PSYCHIC HOTLINE. The types of questions you can expect to NOT receive an answer for include asking for predictions for the future. The long and short answer to those types of questions is this: focus on your relationship with God and stop worrying about the future; ask Him to guide you and trust Him.
If you are in danger, unfortunately we can’t help you. We are not counselors to give advise. Please see the disclaimer below.
✽ DISCLAIMER ✽
We are not mental health professionals, and we do not offer advise regarding your mental health. Neither are we counselors, and we are not in the position to help you walk you through life decisions. We are merely offering our opinion on certain issues, and our opinions are based upon our life experiences and our understanding of the Bible.
If you are in need of professional help, whether for emotional, mental, or physical issues, please contact your local health professionals. If you are in danger of hurting yourself, please contact your local emergency services. If you are being stalked or are in danger of being hurt by someone else, unfortunately, we can’t help you. Please get to a safe place and reach out to your local resources to find help.
If you do not know where to go for help, a list of hotlines to call can be found here: www.sidran.org/resources/hotlines/.
A more comprehensive list arranged by country can be found here: http://www.befrienders.org/directory.