Purely Said Disclaimer:
A statement that denies something, especially responsibility.
The terms “us” or “we” or “our” refers to [Our Company], the owner of this Website. A “Visitor” is someone that merely browses our Website.
Purely Said is not a medical cure all. We do not practice medicine or psychiatry. Purely Said and it's webmasters assumes no liability or responsibility for any errors or omissions in the content of their book or website. To the full extent permitted by law, we disclaim all warranties, express or implied. By using the book or website, you are agreeing to the provision of this disclaimer, and you waive all claims that may arise in connection with your use of this information. This is intended for instructional purposes only. The use of this information is solely at your own risk.
The mission of Purely Said is to provide comforting words in time of need. The audio provided is not a substitute for assessment, diagnosis and treatment of any mental disorder. It is not intended to substitute for the services of a mental health care professional. It is intended for listening purposes only. The use of this information is solely at your own risk.
The creators of this website shall have no liability for claims by, or damages of any kind to, a user of this information. Such damages include, without limitation, damages for personal injuries, emotional distress and other non-momentary loss, as well as direct or indirect damages.
We reserve the right to deny submissions that we feel are not in alignment with our mission goal.
PurelySaid it's owner and managers reserve the right to ban users from our social media pages that they may feel are not in
alignment with their mission goal. So though the member may not have broken any rules of the site, there may be other reasons for not wanting a member to be part of
the social media pages. Like personal abuse on messengers which isn't covered. If you send abusive emails to any e-mail address on the domain we may do as we see fit, this means we reserve the right to publish them on any website,
or social media to warn others. Abuse will not be tolerated.
Here are some things to keep in mind when using Purely Said:
The audio tracks are not a substitute for professional help. If you are struggling with mental health issues, please seek professional help.
The audio recording tracks are not a substitute for self-care. Make sure you are taking care of yourself both physically and mentally.
Be patient and don't give up on yourself. It takes time to make changes, but it is possible.
Share the voiceover tracks with others who may need to hear them. You never know who you might help.
Be grateful for the voice-over tracks and the people who created them. They are a gift.