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    An_204275 posted:
    trigger////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////trigger there is punishment coming
    SleepyKittenz responded:
    I'm so confused about this trigger stuff, I keep see in it
    susiemargaret replied to SleepyKittenz's response:
    hello, S --

    we ask people to put ~~ trigger ~~ at the beginning of their post if it contains material that might influence someone else to act in a way detrimental to themselves. that way people can avoid materials that could be harmful to themselves, and not stumble on it by accident.

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    SleepyKittenz replied to susiemargaret's response:
    Ooooh I understand.. Now whats bump?
    marysings replied to SleepyKittenz's response:
    Hi SleepyKittenz,

    "Bump" is replying to a post simply to get it the top of the discussions list. I've done that when I wanted Dr.Schwartz to look at my post and give me an answer.

    Welcome to this community!

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