Jointly healing

DISCLAIMER STATEMENT

Jointly Healing is a support networking platform designed to connect individuals during times of grief and loss. We strive to create a safe and supportive environment for our members to communicate and share their experiences. However, it is important to understand that Jointly Healing does not endorse or encourage in-person meetings between its members. We highly recommend utilizing the messaging and video chat features available on our platform to connect and interact with others. If members choose to engage in in-person meetings, they do so at their own discretion and assume all associated risks. Jointly Healing does not accept any liability for any consequences that may arise from such meetings. We strongly advise members to exercise caution, follow safety guidelines, and take the necessary precautions to protect their personal well-being.

Safe Steps for In-Person Meetings:

1. Thoroughly communicate and establish trust

Prior to considering an in-person meeting, we recommend engaging in extensive conversations through our messaging and video chat features to establish a level of comfort and familiarity with the individual. Take the time to ask questions, share experiences, and understand each other’s perspectives.

2. Meet in a public place

When arranging an in-person meeting, always choose a public location that is well-lit, populated, and familiar to you. Opt for places such as cafes, restaurants, or community centers where there are other people present. Avoid secluded or isolated areas.

3. Inform a trusted person

Before meeting someone in person, inform a trusted friend, family member, or loved one about your plans. Share important details including the date, time, and location of the meeting. Provide them with the person’s username, profile information, or any other relevant details for your safety. Regularly check-in with your trusted person throughout and after the meeting.

4. Conduct a background check (if available)

If possible, conduct a background check on the person you plan to meet. This can include verifying their identity, reviewing their online presence, and considering any publicly available information. Exercise caution and discretion when interpreting the results, as online information may not always be accurate or comprehensive.

5. Bring a companion

It is strongly advised to bring a trusted friend, family member, or companion along for added security and support during the meeting. Having someone accompany you can act as a deterrent to potential risks and provide a sense of safety.

6. Trust your instincts

Pay close attention to your intuition and feelings. If something doesn’t feel right or makes you uncomfortable, trust your instincts and prioritize your safety. You have the right to end the meeting or leave at any time if you feel uneasy or threatened.

7. Establish clear boundaries

Set and communicate clear boundaries with the other person before the meeting. Discuss your expectations, limits, and preferences to ensure both parties have a shared understanding of acceptable behavior. Respect each other’s personal space, privacy, and boundaries throughout the interaction.

8. Practice general safety guidelines

Set and communicate clear boundaries with the other person before the meeting. Discuss your expectations, limits, and preferences to ensure bothFamiliarize yourself with general safety practices, including:

  1. Stay alert and aware of your surroundings at all times.
  2. Keep personal belongings secure and within sight.
  3. Refrain from sharing excessive personal information, such as your home address, financial details, or sensitive data.
  4.  Avoid excessive consumption of alcohol or substances that may impair judgment or hinder your ability to maintain control of the situation.
    parties have a shared understanding of acceptable behavior. Respect each other’s personal space, privacy, and boundaries throughout the interaction.

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