One of the really good things about this community is that we've got a lot of people who have similar experiences, and familiarity with trauma and abuse, and because of that, it feels a lot safer talking about those things here than it does in a lot of other communities. So that's a great way to build rapport and trust. Which is good, up to a point. Do not assume that everyone here is trustworthy. Even if they seem really nice. Even if they have similar experiences to talk about, and know where you're coming from. A few people from Kintsugi have moved in with, or moved to live near, other people they met through Kintsugi. Sometimes it's worked out great. Sometimes it's worked out poorly. Sometimes it's worked out catastrophically. We're not saying everyone's evil or malicious. In many cases, it's quite clear that everyone involved was doing their best, and acting in good faith. But people who are mentally ill cannot always handle things well. And if what you can't handle well is, say, "living with this specific person", that can be a problem if they moved in with you and don't have somewhere else to go. And if something does go bad, and you have problems, please talk to other people about them. Don't assume everyone will take the side of the person hurting you, or that everyone will retaliate. No one is above or immune to criticism. No one.