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  1. Why not show the entire document? White out names if necessary. Showing half a page makes me wonder what is on the rest.
  2. I am willing to state we lack sufficient facts. Natasha Belfer summarized the letter from the Stake President so we don't know all it said. Her association with Dehlin is very problematic. I think, from reading her Facebook page which is open to the public, that she has had many challenges the last few years. I would hope that if she desires to remain a member, the meeting will go well and certain boundaries could be established that are clearly defined. If this is about boundary maintenance, we need to be clear on the boundaries.
  3. These are great reforms! Add it my list of recent changes in policy. Is advocating for policy changes or pointing out issues wrong?
  4. Well, many policies at BYU have been changed and many of those changes have been driven by student unrest and bad press coverage. Sometimes, pointing out harmful policies may 'trouble the church' but it doesn't mean everyone is wrong. I am very grateful for policy changes that have occurred that last few years and I publicly/anonymously complained and advocated for many policies that have changed. Am I an apostate? Policies that have changed *BYU Honor Code enforcement procedures and amnesty clauses *BYU title 9 procedures and relationship with BYU PD/Honor Code office *Wai
  5. So they should ex all those student protesters at BYU and kick them out of school?
  6. https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(21)00869-2/fulltext "PRIMARILY BY THE AIRBORNE ROUTE."
  7. I know someone who said their disciplinary counsel was the worst thing they have ever gone through and not because it was 'hard' but because it was an awful experience due to the format and how he was treated. (He was not allowed to go to the restroom by himself but had to be escorted...I remember this really bothering him among other things) He's still active. So, I'm sure some are run in different ways. Maybe he is a troll but dismissing someone else's experience based on not having experienced something yourself (which is what you said) is not a logical conclusion to make. You're statement
  8. This happens when you quote someone who is quoting someone. Sometimes, I will forget to scroll backward to the original quote too.
  9. I don't think we all have the same experiences. Just because yours have all been good experiences does not mean others have not experienced something else. We have a large church, across many countries, with varied Stake Presidents who do things very differently from each other. A blanket discounting of someone else's experience is very narrow minded. I had all good experiences with the church until I did not. It was quite a shock.
  10. I am not saying a Bishop trained as therapist can not be a good Bishop. She went on to explain that Bishops should basically deal with Bishop things and therapists should deal with therapy things. Each should stay 'in their lane' in those moments. I wish all Bishops were trained therapist. I think they would do their jobs a lot better if that was the case.
  11. "Bishops are not good therapists and therapists are not good Bishops." I agree with this. https://www.facebook.com/mormonsexinfo/videos/1374218266273436
  12. She is a mental health professional and personally, I find it very troublesome that this is happening. Here is a letter from mental health professionals in support of her. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1jNYb0i2ksVQ_Zb-uoCRWNlusd5WspvvM0c-tVgVBFGs/edit Are they going to excommunicate all the LDS therapists that signed this letter?
  13. https://justthenews.com/politics-policy/coronavirus/out-5800-fully-vaccinated-americans-who-have-gotten-covid-19-74-passed
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