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These boundaries are not intended to restrict your fun, but rather to make your experience more enjoyable as you will not be abused or made to feel uncomfortable. * To be more specific: - Respect the religious, cultural, racial and political differences of other members.Perhaps your life was saved due to early detection of an illness such as breast cancer.Maybe you can be the one to convince that frightened woman halfway around the globe to bring herself to the doctor, explaining how it saved your life.These are many of the same women who see themselves as healthy because they do not feel any pain, and have no visible medical issues, therefore, do not seek medical screening, take vitamins, exercise, or visit a doctor at least once a year for a simple check-up.The likely cause for this is fear; fear of either finding out something they do not want to hear or fear of doctor's in general.- Keep sexually explicit chat in rooms other than the lobby or main room. (It looks like you are yelling everything you say) 8.And if you really want to have a private chat you can make your own room with a password in each room. Do not give out your personal information such as your email address, home address and phone numbers in main room ( for your own security ). Do not post links to other sites except for our chat room links and our affiliates. If you private message someone and they do not respond, please do not continue to message them. Please Try to Have Only One Identity - Please do not use multiple user names. But, more importantly, it cause disruption in the chatroom.Preventing care ‘ghettoes’ While retirement homes in many European countries – including Ireland – lack enough rooms for an ageing population, budget cuts by the Dutch government have made it increasingly difficult to get a subsidised place, leaving some with more rooms than they can fill.The sharing idea has resonated in a country where many people do volunteer work, and other retirement homes are coming up with their own variations on the theme.So-called “intergenerational” projects are also springing up elsewhere in Europe, but usually not within retirement homes because of the shortage of rooms.In some schemes, the elderly rent out a room in their own house or apartment, in others, housing projects are built specifically to house the young with the elderly.