Peer-to-peer chat sessions:
There is no intent to substitute any health care or mental health care professional.
Why am I qualified to hostess “Peer-to-peer” chat sessions? Check out this blog. I have a no-holds-barred approach to chatting with my peers.
My name is Seriously McMillan. My name is not Martha Stewart or Emily Post. They have their way and I have mine. When I talk to you about your dilemma, it’s your time, but you don’t want someone who’s just going to smile and tell you whatever you want to hear. You have a dilemma. You have a challenge. Let’s talk thorough it. You may wonder why I do this the way I do it. It’s because I care. I care enough not to skirt the issues. That’s what a real friend does, with good manners of course.- Seriously McMillan
“Peer-to-peer” Session Details
•You’ll send me your detailed description of your dilemma and your desired resolution.
• I will respond via email.
• After our session, I will follow up with you on your success. That’s right. There’s are no failures, we just have to remain flexible in case situations don’t travel our way. Nevertheless, the follow-up is free and will be done via email, as well.
- Some questions will be answered via a blog post. I will let you know and I will not post your name.
Ready to get some advice on that tough situation? Let’s roll!
Yep, you can call me. Why not, right? If you have a juicy question about what dress to wear to your friends wedding or simply want to ask a trending question about manners, etiquette, courtesy and how not to choke all of your family members during the holidays, you’re free to call.
Some questions will be answered via a blog post, so stay tuned to the blog.
As you know, this is a manners and etiquette blog, and I only respond to those who are on their best behavior.
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