Not enough points to comment???

    I tried to answer questions to my introductory post but could not answer due to not enough points??  I am married. 2 and half years. Happy. I have 2 kids from a previous marriage… Both kids living on their own. Hubby doesnt have children but gladly accepted mine. We are both in our 40’s. I recently listened to a podcast on sex from a Christian veiwpoint and decided to dig a little deeper to see what i could find and i come across this forum. 

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      Even though you can’t “comment”, you can still “answer”.  Often times an “answer” is better anyway because there are more ways for people to see and be notified that there was an “answer” added.  The only way a “comment” will be seen, is if the person is intentional to go back to the question and look for it.  “Comments” can often be missed entirely, especially the older and further down a question gets.

      A good way to address a specific person or comment is to use an “@username” in your “answer”.

      Oh, and welcome!  Glad you are here!

      Under the stars Answered on July 20, 2020.
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        What SC said. “Answers” are definitely better than “comments” if you really want to participate in the community and join the dialogue. As people continue to join and the community grows again with the new forum format, “comments” will be less likely to be seen by the person it was intended for because notifications are not given for “comments”.

        With more people joining the conversation, it’ll be harder for others to keep up with comments if they’re not regulating contributing or only come on occasionally and only look at the quick view of  LATEST QUESTIONS and LATEST ANSWERS (to the left and right of the page) rather than do a deeper dive on the LATEST QUESTIONS page or LATEST ANSWERS page (vs. the side fills).

        BTW, which podcast did you find and listen too?

        Under the stars Answered on July 20, 2020.
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