Content Warnings

Content warnings are important, and are pretty frequent on the internet these days which is great. People can often be critical of them, but the reality is that the presence of content warnings make platforms on the internet safe and accessible to those that have previous life traumas, or conditions like post traumatic stress disorder or an anxiety disorder for example. Some people also just simply don't like reading about certain topics. Either way, the content warnings in place here on Stephanie Sayss are there to keep people safe and to ensure that the space is a considerate environment to all who need it.


Please acknowledge them as you go through space, and if something doesn't seem like it's for you just click away. There's a general support services library accessible from every page if you think you need it. 

Stephanie Says acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land on which we live - the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. We acknowledge their Elders past, present and emerging. Always was, always will be Aboriginal land. 

Note: Stephanie Sayss is not run by medical professionals. This platform is an educational tool only, and not intended to be used for medical advice. Always seek the assistance of a doctor - this platform is intended to be used a tool to assist you in doing so.

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