one thing i definatly find difficult is to judge the level of abuse on this site, the fact of the matter is people do have illness that will make the mood swing in extreme ways, so they will be abusive, obviously this should still not be acceptable, however, how can you judge when someone is being truly abusive, acting out coz they are ill, upset or whether they are a true 'troll', could mistakes be made? is there real justice im not too sure, i mean we all want to be supportive, but its very difficult i think when you have to be on guard, that is the nature of life, i just worry sometimes when i see a post coming up when alot of ppl are sick of a certain user who is a 'troll' and are all trying to get rid of them, im thinking are they really just being abusive or are they going through something that they need help with. i guess this is why i really like the ignore function and it should be used more!
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