Rules Reminder For Live Mentoring Hours and Homework-Practice Hours

Below are the rules that govern our time together.
The rules outlined below help create a narrow, focused container for each student to get support on their particular path out of codependency, as healing codependency is the only focus of these groups.
By clicking “I AGREE & ADD ME TO (Live Mentoring or Homework Hours)” button below, you are agreeing to follow these rules while in the group experience and within the online communities I offer.


The Purpose Of These Groups:

The purpose of these live groups is to offer support, understanding, and presence for students in their healing journey from codependency.  It is not a political or religious space.
We’re a diverse group of people, so differences will exist.  Please respect these differences and consider approaching each other from positive intent rather than assigning intent to a person’s actions or beliefs.  

What Happens When A Rule Is Violated

Marshall and/or his team will either offer a correction in class, or they will contact the student after class to remind them of the rule.  The rule will be mentioned in the next class as a reminder to the group as a whole.
Repeated violation of the rules will result in not being admitted to these groups.

The Rules:

No Sharing Of Politics: Do not discuss politics or politically sensitive topics, events, or persons (examples: abortion, republican, conservative, liberal, democrat, Trump, Hillary Clinton, etc).

You can use generic phrasing if your experience contains something political.  Something like “this political thing”.  No specifics!

We have this rule due to the high divisive and heated outcomes that have happened in the past.

No Sharing Of Religion/Spirituality: Do not discuss or mention religious or spiritual things using specifics, such as naming a religion or spiritual practice by name, or a spiritual person by name.

You can use these general terms: “my higher power” or “a spiritual practitioner” or “spiritual experience” or “spiritual belief system”. 

We have this rule due to high conflict experiences in the past, along with the reality that many students are survivors of religious and spiritual abuse.

No Offering Advice To Other Students:

Only Marshall or one of his staff are allowed to offer guidance, feedback, or instruction to other students. We speak about our own experience; no one else’s.

Use of Pronouns:

If a person has pronouns stated in their ZOOM name description, please remember to use them when referencing that individual. 

If you have preferred pronouns, please place them in your ZOOM name.

Handling Differences: 

If one is offended or hurt by the beliefs or perspectives of another, it is worth taking some time to explore that experience, what it means to you, and how you want to care for yourself. This is a place for generating acceptance of difference, not for judgment or trying to change someone else.

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