I just came up with an idea that may help eliminate some trolls from the teen support groups and even keep under aged members out of the adult support groups. Let's say, for example, someone makes an account on DS and he's....I don't know...30 years old. He decides to join teen-depression to help his teenage niece. Most people would be uncomfortable with this because he's too old to be in this group, regardless of his reasons for being there. Now, take me for example. I'm almost 18 and almost legally an adult BUT I've been in this group since I joined this site back in May, at the age of 16. (My birthday was in June. Just so you don't get confused, I thought I'd add that in.) Anyway, I would be alright because I joined that group as a teen and GREW into an adult. Now, a person to join this group can't go from age 16 to 30 in a day either. A full year must pass by for this to count. Maybe they could make this an official DS rule or something like that. Does anyone else understand what I mean? I know there are some complications and flaws with this but I still want to know what you all think.
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