Of course, the more views you get, the more advice you get. So here are three tips on how to write Group Therapy posts that get answers.
- Keep it short: Sometimes you just want to vent, and Group Therapy is there for that too, but if you'd like tangible advice, then keep it as abbreviated as possible.
- Know your question: Similar to keeping it short, you also want to get right to the essence of the problem (i.e. "my boyfriend's talking to his ex," "my mother-in-law is insane," "my boyfriend told me he has an STD") rather than be bogged down by details. Tell the essentials; everyone will want to answer because we'll relate.
- Cleanliness is postliness: We try to keep editing to an absolute minimum when reposting a Group Therapy question on Très, so the more ready-to-wear your words are the more likely we are to post them. Of course, it doesn't need to be perfect!
Now, get posting!
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