Why cant you reply to this question in a general sense? I am not comfortable naming this person just now. This person has her own weekly column in the newspaper as well as an online counselling service. What was supposed to be in confidence over the net became her weekly article without my knowledge or consent.
The thing is I didnt post it in a public forum and that is the whole point!
She offered a service on her own secured website as part of her service. It was a private consultation for which she guaranteed confidentiality.
She says she is a counsellor!!! Does that mean that if she is a member of a professional body of counsellors then what she did was illegal ? I am assuming she is a member of a profession as she is making her living out of giving people relationship advice. She is also employed by a very prominent newspaper.
Thankyou for your reply.
I want to accept your answer but as I have already paid why is more $$$ being paid to your account??
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