Posted 15 November 2017 - 03:24 PM
Safe places are the in thing, it’s important to ensure everyone has a safe place to retire, in case the mental anguish is too much to stand.
The police force are giving counselling to any members that are traumatised by the results of the same sex wedding debate. Universities are giving students the right to not read anything in the course they are taking that may cause distress, if you are doing a course on examination of dead bodies and you are distressed by the sight of dead bodies you do not have to look at them even though it will be your job.
In the same way, Mads has a legal obligation to make sure PG and any other snowflake members are correctly distanced from anything that could cause distress. There should be a quiet place they can go to, to reflect on the problems of following the subjects that cannot be followed, and also some assistance from the management in framing relevant questions to alleviate the stress caused by an incomplete thread.
Just my thoughts in anticipation of a PG breakdown.
Intended to break 90 this year, not going well.
Concentrating just getting round the course