Facilitators and Member Hosts have the power to manage their groups as they see fit, and sometimes that means blocking a member. Here's what you need to know:
There are a few common situations that might lead to a block:
1. Misalignment with the group dynamics: If you and the group just don't seem to click, don't take it personally. Pace offers a wide variety of groups, and sometimes it's all about finding the right fit. Just because one group may not be the perfect match doesn't mean you won't thrive in another.
2.Disruptive behavior: If you've been a no-show or your behavior within a group is less than ideal, the facilitator or host might decide to block you. It's about ensuring a safe and respectful environment for all participants.
What's next? Here are your options:
1. Join another group: You can easily explore and join a different group that aligns better with your interests and preferences. It's a chance for a fresh start and a new opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals.
2. Start your own group: If you can't find a group that suits your needs, why not take the initiative and start your own? Invite others who share your interests, and create a space that resonates with your vision.