The purpose of this page is to provide methods of contact and an overall philosophy.
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Why You Should Contact Me
You should contact me so that we each “know” one more person. Just introduce yourself. Doesn’t matter how casually. Perhaps we even met quickly in a park one random day. I’ve only visited about ten countries, but I love having diverse opinions and knowing people from all over the world.
Who knows, I might even be able to connect you with someone else or help out! And on that note: I like helping people (one reason for the multiple /health pages of the website), so perhaps I could help you with something.
Methods of Contact
- Email: johnfialblog [at] gmail.com
- Twitter: @johnfial
At this time, I check this email regularly and will probably reply within a week or so.
Note: my Facebook account is for private use. I am not an “800 ‘friends'” kind of person, although I love having thousands of acquaintances, that’s not how I use facebook specifically. As such, please respect this and do not search for me, send a friend request or message me using the service unless we actively see each other in person or we’ve spoken in person to “keep in touch” (read: stalk each other’s photos). Thank you for understanding!
Constructive criticism, please.
Example of worthless criticism: Your site design/theme sucks!
Example of constructive criticism: I think the _____ theme/design would fit your site better.
The latter forces you to do some work for me, gives me a suggestion to improve, and out of respect, I’ll very likely consider the change. Unconstructive criticism will be dealt with accordingly.
If you’re commenting on the /pills, /lithium, /health or similar pages, please provide a few sources/references. Why are you saying what you’re saying? Any background comments will help me look into the matter faster and respond in a far more educated way.
[16 June: Removed “philosophy” image and section, added “why”/introduction, minor edits.]
[May: Minor changes, put contact info at top.]
[18 March: Edited]
[March: Added graphic. Terrible graphic, but I’m proud!]
[February 2017: Created]