Policies & Disclaimers
RE-USING AND RE-PUBLISHING MATERIAL
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ADVERTISING AND AFFILIATES
Alexandra does not feature sponsored posts, paid product reviews, guest posts, affiliate marketing, or any other type of paid/sponsored content on this website or anywhere else.
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Alexandra is not physician, psychologist, or any kind of mental health professional. She writes from a personal perspective–not from a medical perspective. Please use common sense, trust your “hut” (heart + gut) when considering different pieces of advice, and take good care of yourself. Crisis Text Line is a free 24/7 resource if you need urgent mental/emotional support.
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