61 Comments

Member Blogs

mhwgmemberblog2017The following is an alphabetical list of those blogs and sites that are currently members of the Mental Health Writers’ Guild and who are thus entitled to display the Guild Membership Logo on their sites…

If you are a writer or blogger who writes about mental health and mental well-being or if you are interested in these topics why not consider checking out their blogs…

(Please note that due to the nature of blogging, blogs sometimes come and go and it is not always possible – due to the limitation of resources – for us to keep up with the comings and goings of blogs.  I apologize for this but if you click on a link below and find that the blog/site is no longer in operation please contact us and let us know through the comment section below. 

Where possible any site which has it’s access as being password protected will be identified with the statement “Marked as Private Access” or “Site Marked as Private Access” followed by the date that this was reported to us.  Sometimes this is done so that the owner of that blog or site can do some housekeeping to it.  But very often it is done as the owner of that blog or site is considering closing it or taking a break from blogging.  We, of course, have no way of knowing which is the motivation behind each example.

Many Thanks.)

[Dis]ordered
23, broke and happy
A “Special” Something
A Bipolars Reality
A Blog About Healing From PTSD
A Day With Depression
A Journey With You
A Life Lived in Technicolor
A Lion Sleeps in the Heart of the Brave
A Mid-Life Adventure
A Punk With MS
A Silent Mind
A Skull-Sized Kingdom
Adapt
ADD… and so much more
Alcohol and Health in Older People
Alexishere’s Weblog
All Mouth, No Spoons
All That I Am. All That I Ever Was
Allied Media Initiative
Altered Badge
ALTmentalities – Marked as Private Access 18/04/2016
Alwaysunstable
Anger Clinic
Anglia Counselling
anita5howard
Ann’s Multiple World of Personality
AnxiousElephant
Are You Better Yet?
Art by Rob Goldstein
Art Therapy & Related Topics
As we seek, so shall we find
At The Mountains of Madness
Austin Individual & Couples Therapy
AwkwardlyAppealling
Barmy Butterfly
Behind Closed Doors – Marked as Private Access 11/01/2017
Behind The Wall
Benchmark Counseling
BethCanReflect’s Blog
Bipolar Balance
Bipolar Bandit
Bipolar For Life
Bipolar In Medical School
BiPolar Slip
Bipolarmuse
Birth of a New Brain – Healing from Postpartum Bipolar Disorder
blackspotsite
Blahpolar Diaries
Bliss For Today
BlueHero
Border of Consciousness
Borderlife
Borderline Med
BorderlineBella
borderlinegirlliveshere
Boricua Confidential
BPD Bunny
bpnurse
Braver Than Before
bRavingBipolar
broken fingernails
Broken Light Collective
brokenbutstrong
By Lauren Hayley
California Chrissey’s Journaling Studio
Candida Abrahamson’s Blog
Carnal Abuse By Deceit – Stop rape by fraud!
Carrie Henderson Writer – Marked as Private Access 11/01/2017
Casual Bedlam – Marked as Private Access 11/01/2017
Cathy Lynn Brooks Author
CathsMarmiteBlog
Christian Concern For Mental Health
Closer To The Moon
Comforting Her Inner Child – Calming An Anxious Mind
Confessions
Confronting Giants
Consumer Reviews of Mental Health
counselorsoapbox
Courage Coaching
Courageous Journeys
Courageous Recovery
CrashingLessons
CuckooMyCuckoo
Cyclothymia Bites
Daisies and Darkness
David Susman PhD
Dawn Enlightened
Day in the life of a Busy Gal – Author reports as no longer blogging here
DBSA NW Georgia Consumer Network
Dear Hope
debhathaway.com
Depression & Anxiety – A Father Without A Family.
Depression and Me
Depression Darling
Destroy What Destroys You
Dialectic Dichotomy
Dialogue From The Depths
Disorderly Chickadee
Dissociative Monologues
Don’t Let Me Get Me
Double Your Presence
Dr. Gerald M. Stein
Duchess In Wonderland
Duct Tape and Bubblegum
Earth To Heart
Emotions In Balance
EmoVoid
Even At Your Darkest – Marked as Private Access 11/01/2017
Excessively Me
Extraho Morsus Canis
Favente Deo Supero
findingbreathless
FoolishSageWisdom
Free psychology
freud & fashion
Freybug
From Bloor Street
From Borderline To Better
gathering the pieces of me
gentlekindness’s Blog
Getting Better: What Works
Gray Clouds, Clear Skies
Gray-Eyed Athena
Healthy Happy Wholesome
Heavy Mental
Help To Hope
Here’s To Your Health
HOPEFORSANITY
Hurt – BPD Journals
I am more than a label
I am Steve Austin
I Don’t Want To Talk About It
I Lost My 30’s
I May Be Bipolar, But I’m Medicated
If I Die Before I Sleep
In The Midst of Madness
inconsistently yours
Infinite Sadness… or hope?
Innerlight
Inside The Mind of A Borderline Mother
InsideTheClock
It’s Just One Aspect
It’s Not Your Journey
itsgoodtobecrazysometimes
jennydrewsomething
Jill’s Mental Health Resources
JI Talks
John Francis Nooney
Journey Out of The Wilderness
Journey Toward Healing
Julie Mariner
Just Don’t Say I’m Crazy
Just Me, Nobody Else
Kara Beth B
Karen’s Blog
Kitt O’Malley – Love, Learn & Live with Bipolar Disorder
Kkestebo’s Blog
la quemada
Land of Glory
Lazarus and Lithium
LearningToBeBipolar
Leif Gregerson – Author of Prose and Poetry
Letters To The Mind
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Life After BPD
Life Before 40
Life In A Bind
Life In Little Words
Life inside the Locket
Life Is Nice  – Marked as Private Access 11/01/2017
Lifeofmiblog
Lights In The Darkness
lilypupslife
Living By The Moonlight
Living With A Black Cloud
Living With Borderline Personality Disorder
Living With Chaos
Living With Stigma
LivingWithABlackDog
Locked Out of Life
Lose The Weight
Love Yourself Again
Lucky Otter’s Haven
MacroMichael
Mad Girl’s Lament
madscribedotme
Make-Up and Mirtazapine
Manic Inclinations
Manic Muses
Many of us
Marci, Mental Health & More
Marie Abanga’s Blog
Me and Anxiety
Melancholy Unrest
Memee’s Musings
Memoirs of a Schizo… Affective
Memoirs of a Virgin Prostitute
Men Tell Health
Mental Health Issues, Travel & Allure of Ayahuasca
Mental Health Living With Bipolar
Mental Health Talk
Mental Health Warrior – Site reporting as down for maintenance 13/01/2017
Mental Illness – Do You Know?
Mental Notes
Mermaid Rising
Mind Elate
Mindflump
Minds Like Ours
MindLoft
Miss Cassiopeia
MMM… Meditation, Mental health, Mindful crochet
Monumental Monumental
MoodSurfing
Moonside
Ms Elyse
Musings of a Mad Woman
Musings of a Mental Health Writer
My Blog About Living With Mental Illness
my child within
My Crazy Bipolar Life
My Depression and Anxiety Blog
My Dualities’ Blog
My Journey To Freedom From Anxiety
My Life, My Way, My Words! – Site appears to be being reconstructed 13/01/2017
My OCD Voice
My Year To Thrive
Naked Nerves
News DID/MPD
Nicole Mackey, Wordweaver
Ninjainthetree’s Blog – Site marked as private access 13/01/2017
NomNom Help
Normal In Training
Not Quite Lost
Obscured Dreamer – Site marked as private access 13/01/2017
OCD Bloggers
ocdtalk
Of Faith and Mental Health
On-Again, Off-Again Melancholic
One Deep Breath
Over-Thoughts
Pain of The Empath
Pathfinder: MotherWifeStudentWorker
Paul’s Letters
Peace From Panic
Pen and Psychiatrist
Perpendicular Me
Phobias Support Forum
Planet Beserk
Poetry And Hums
Pride In Madness
Probably All Lies
Queensland Mental Health
Quickenings: Memoirs of a Prodigal
quietcalliope
Ramblings of My BPD and Recovery
Real Life With Bipolar Disorder
Reclaiming My Narnia
RecoveryAlongRoute66
Redheadcase’s Blog
Repressed Expressions
Reson8 Freedom (From Self-Harm)
Revolving of Doors
RootsB4Branches
Rubble In My Rucksack
Running Naked With Scissors
Sad Mum Happy Mum
San Antonio Clubhouse Blog
Sandra dot com
Sara Phoenix
Schizophrenia – Mom’s Journey
Seasons Change, and Change – Site reporting as empty 13/01/2017
Seed of Hope
sentiMENTAL paRANTing
Shades of Sky
Shirley’s Heaven
Shitegeist – Site reporting as empty 13/01/2017
Skinny In Scrubs
Slightly Manic Mummy
Slightly Nutty
Snap:Connect:Inspire
Social Anxiety Lab
Social Work Career Development
Somber Scribbler
South Coast Chloe – Site reporting as empty 13/01/2017
Squeeze
Stacy’s Flutterings
stillalive2013
Suicidal No More – Site marked as private access 13/01/2017
Sunny With A Chance of Armageddon
SuperMom Mentality
Surviving By Living
Surviving Crazy…my life being bipolar
surviving the specter
Surviving Trauma
Survivor Scrapbook
SusansJourneyToWellness
Sylvia Marcia
TalkingThisAndThat
Tea and Ponders
Terminally Intelligent
The Anxiously Depressed
The Bipolar Bum – Site marked as needing upgrading 13/01/2017
The Bipolar Compass
The Bipolar Dance
The BPD Informer
The Caged Bird Still Sings
The Elephant In The Room
The Feeble Needle
The Forest For The Trees
The Heinous Housewife – Site marked as private access 13/01/2017
The Hurt Healer – (Site reported as recently expired 131/01/2017)
The Journal of a Mad Man
The Journey To Strength – Site marked as private access 13/01/2017
The Labyrinth of My Mind – Site marked as private access 13/01/2017
The Lithium Chronicles
The Loony Department
the madwoman has left the attic
The Mental Health Reform Blog
The Mindstorm
The Mirth of Despair
The MisAdventures of a Bipolar Girl
The Musings of a Mental Health Writer
The Nut Factory
The Path With Heart
ThePerfectPatient
The Prozac Queen’s Court
The Psych Word
The Rabbit Hole
The Real Adventures of Becoming Me
The Sandbox
The Scenic Route
The Sunny Side of Insanity – Site marked as private access 13/01/2017
The Unholy Trinity
thecreativesoulsara
theoptimisticdepressive – Site marked as private access 13/01/2017
theothersideofp
Therapy Sucks
These Dark Cafe Days
Think Dissociatively
ThinkOfHappyThings
This Is A Depression Blog
This Is Me – Confessions
Tikamika
Touch of Depression
Tough Little Lotus
Trauma and Dissociation
Treyce Montoya’s Blog
Truths My Sisters Told
Turning the Page on Suicide
Turtle Way
Twice Born
Two Angels and a Black Dog
Typically Atypical
Under Reconstruction
Untangled
Velcro Not Strings
Vibrantly Bipolar
Voice’nViews
Voices of Glass
vwoop vwoop
Well Call Me Crazy
What…Me Sober?
What’s My Damage?
WhenSheWasDown – Site marked as private access 13/01/2017
Whitest Fly
WidowSue
With Anxiety In Tow
Words For Wellbeing
Write Into The Light
Writing Thru Complex PTSD – Site marked as private access 13/01/2017
Writing… Post Parkinson’s – After The Diagnosis
You & Yan
You Are Not Alone
You Should See My Scars

Displaying the 2017 Member Blog Logo on your blog…

Is always a good thing to do and can be a fairly straight forward exercise.  Explaining how to do so here on this page is far from straight forward however.

This is because when the code (which is used to display the logo on your blog) is typed into a page it causes conflicts as the WordPress platform naturally tries to either execute or remove that code.

Because of this it is far easier to send this code via email.  So if you wish to have a copy of it please do feel free to email me at: mentalhealthwritersguild@gmail.com

Many thanks.

Kind regards and God bless you.

Kevin

61 comments on “Member Blogs

  1. I have checked out the other blogs that are joining in this endeaver and began following the ones that I hadn’t already been following. I am excited to get to know these wonderful people and learning so much from them. anyone who wants to make contact with my can call me Carla, thats for you too kevin!

  2. I am so sorry. I thought that I replied to this comment earlier and it is only today that I noticed that I had somehow neglected to do so. My aoplogies for this.

    The membership list is growing and I am delighted that so many wonderful blogs and bloggers are part of the Guild.

    I really do hope that the guild can help each of us get acquainted with other bloggers who write about mental health and am encouraged that this is something you are willing to do. I am of the opinion that we all need encouragement and support in life and who better to get that from than folk who have a fairly good idea of some of the things we face.

    KInd Regards.

    Kevin.

  3. Just reminding everyone that May is Mental Health Awareness Month, with two main areas of focus: 1. “Do More for 1 in 4”: A call to help the one in four people with a diagnosable mental illness; and 2. “Healing Trauma’s Invisible Wounds,” looking at the impact of traumatic events on both individuals and communities at large. See http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net/go/may for details and downloadable tool kits. Best, Candida

  4. Thank you.

    I am very happy to become a member of the Guild.

    The Quiet Borderline
    http://quietbpd.wordpress.com/

  5. Look how your enterprise has grown, Kevin. You have really filled a needed niche-and should be quite proud if your contributions TI mental health online.

    • Hi Candida,

      Thank you that really is very kind of you but all I do is facilitate, it is the members themselves who make this group so special.
      Hope you are well.
      Kind Regards and God bless you.
      Kevin.

  6. […] Writers' Guild HomeAbout The GuildAims & PurposesCompetitionsContactContentsGuild MembersMember’s ProfilesMembershipSubmissionsWarrior […]

  7. Hi there

    Just wondering if you’d consider adding my site, At the Mountains of Madness, please? Thanks very much in advance for looking 🙂

    My best

    Karen

    • Hi Karen,

      Many thanks for getting in touch regarding membership to the Mental Health Writers’ Guild.

      Having had a chance to pop across and check out your blog ‘At The Mountains of Madness’ I am more than happy to include it in our Guild Members List and in fact have just done exactly that.

      I should perhaps explain that in response to the stigma that is out there concerning mental illness, and out of respect for those bloggers who have decided to remain anonymous in their blogging, Guild Membership (and the permission to display our logo) is given specific to blogs and not blog owners.

      Please feel free to explore the blog and please do take some time to check out our Membership and Guild Members Pages. Additionally please feel free to email me a bio for our Member’s Profile feature (More about this can be found here

      As a member you are perfectly welcome to display the Guild Member’s logo on the aforementioned blog and this can be copied from the Guild Members Page and at the foot of that page there are also some tips on how to display the logo should you need them.

      Over the next few days I hope to be able to visit your blog and spend a little more time getting to know you and your writing, So all that remains if for me to officially say “Welcome to our little band of bloggers” and “if there is anything I can do to help please just let me know.”

      Kind Regards and God bless you.
      Kevin

      • Thank you so much Kevin 🙂 I am pleased to be part of this and look forward to checking out everyone’s blogs and making new friends. Thank you for your kind words and take care in the meantime.

        My best 🙂

        Karen

  8. […] I wanted to check out — especially those listed in The Mental Health Writers’ Guild (https://mentalhealthwritersguild.wordpress.com/guild-members/) — and some whose blogs I began reading just weighed me down because of all the bad things […]

  9. Thank you much Kevin for adding me to this esteemed list!

  10. Congratulations Moose!!

  11. Hi Kevin, I’ve tried to add the logo to my page by following the instructions, however it doesn’t seem to show up – not sure why! Do you have any idea what I might’ve done wrong? Also, I wasn’t sure if you noticed that where you have put “Further information concening the Guild can be foundhere.” there is no link back to this page.
    Thanks, Anxious Elephant

  12. Hi Kevin. I hope this finds you well. I wanted to let you know that I’m blogging at Sunny With a Chance of Armageddon now. I know it’s been awhile, but I do fully intend on getting on board with the guild and joining up. The announcement will be official today.

    xx Lulu

    • Hey Lulu,

      Great to hear from you 🙂

      No worries at all I have added “Sunny With A Chance of Armageddon” to our Guild members page and am delighted to do so 🙂

      No worries about how long it has been or how long it takes, just know you are loved and respected and always welcome and progess things in your own timing. 🙂

      Kind Regards and God bless you.
      Kevin.

  13. […] Writers' Guild HomeAbout The GuildAims & PurposesCompetitionsContactContentsGuild MembersJust One Touch CampaignMember’s ProfilesMembershipResourcesSubmissionsWarrior […]

  14. Hi, where do I find the 2014 members badge to put on my page please?

  15. Hi Kevin,

    thanks for letting me join 🙂
    I’ve now set up the page here 🙂 http://throughthecallingtrees.wordpress.com/the-mental-health-writers-guild/

    all the best,
    Dove

  16. Hello Kevin,

    I would love to be part of the guild. I began blogging a year ago as part of my journey through depression, anxiety and PTSD. If I can help one person feel they are not alone, I would be thrilled. I’m at http://www.stillalive2013.wordpress.com.

    Thanks!

    • Hi SA2013,

      Many thanks for getting in touch and letting me know about your site “stillalive2013”.

      I am pleased to be able to tell you that I have just popped over and visited the site and I am more than happy to include the site “stillalive2013” in our Guild Members list and in fact have just done exactly that. So welcome!

      Please feel free to copy the member’s logo from that page and to display it on your site/blog if you wish to. As a member you are entitled to 🙂

      You are also very welcome to join in any competitions that are run and to give out the Warrior Child Award to any blogger whom you feel is deserving of it. You will find details of that award on its own page within the navigation bar.

      I should perhaps mention that due to many bloggers wishing to remain anonymous as a result of the stigma that still remains in respect of poor mental health and mental illness, membership to the Guild is awarded to the site/blog and not the blogger or site owner. The only ways in which this is relevant is that it means that…

      a) Guild membership does not (and therefore cannot be used to) imply or infer credibility to the person only to the site and,

      b) should you have or wish to start a further blog or blogs, membership of the Guild does not automatically transfer to that or those blogs and they must also be approved for membership.

      I think that about covers it so all that remains for me to say is that if I can be of any help please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me here or through one of my personal blogs, http://www.VoicesofGlass.wordpress.com and again “welcome to our little band of bloggers!”

      Kind Regards and God bless you.

      Kevin

  17. I love this idea! completely awesome!

  18. Hi Kevin,
    I was wondering if my blog could also become a member?

    https://bylaurenhayley.wordpress.com/

    As well as a place to showcase my art and events, I am very much focused on raising awareness, especially with BPD and Cyclothymia as these are my diagnoses.

    This sounds like a great thing to be a part of! Thanks, Lauren

    • Hi Lauren,

      Many thanks for getting in touch and letting me know about your site “By Lauren Hayley”.

      I am pleased to be able to tell you that I have just popped over and visited the site and I am more than happy to include the site “By Lauren Hayley” in our Guild Members list and in fact have just done exactly that. So welcome!

      Please feel free to copy the member’s logo from that page and to display it on your site/blog if you wish to. As a member you are entitled to 🙂

      You are also very welcome to join in any competitions that are run and to give out the Warrior Child Award to any blogger whom you feel is deserving of it. You will find details of that award on its own page within the navigation bar.

      I should perhaps mention that due to many bloggers wishing to remain anonymous as a result of the stigma that still remains in respect of poor mental health and mental illness, membership to the Guild is awarded to the site/blog and not the blogger or site owner. The only ways in which this is relevant is that it means that…

      a) Guild membership does not (and therefore cannot be used to) imply or infer credibility to the person only to the site and,

      b) should you have or wish to start a further blog or blogs, membership of the Guild does not automatically transfer to that or those blogs and they must also be approved for membership.

      I think that about covers it so all that remains for me to say is that if I can be of any help please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me here or through one of my personal blogs, http://www.VoicesofGlass.wordpress.com and again “welcome to our little band of bloggers!”

      Kind Regards and God bless you.
      Kevin

    • Hi BarbieBF,

      Thank you for letting me know. Keeping up with links is always a challenge and I do try to trawl through them all every now and then to see if they are still working.

      I think the thing is that when someone loses interest in blogging or decides for whatever reason to stop, they seldom think to let us know.

      Kind regards and God bless you
      KEvin

  19. I’ve recently started a blog that not only talks ablaut my personal experience with depression, anxiety, and insomnia, but looks to inform and educate any who is willing to listen. i’m trying to create a community where people can share their stories, struggles, failures, and creative work to let them know they are not alone. I would love to join if you feel my blog fits.

    I run a blog about mental illness called “Dear Hope”, join the community here: wemustbebroken.wordpress.com

    • Hi,
      Many thanks for getting in touch and letting me know about your site “Dear Hope”.

      I am pleased to be able to tell you that I have just popped over and visited the site and I am more than happy to include the site “Dear Hope” in our Guild Members list and in fact have just done exactly that. So welcome!

      Please feel free to copy the member’s logo from that page and to display it on your site/blog if you wish to. As a member you are entitled to 🙂
      You are also very welcome to join in any competitions that are run and to give out the Warrior Child Award to any blogger whom you feel is deserving of it. You will find details of that award on its own page within the navigation bar.

      I should perhaps mention that due to many bloggers wishing to remain anonymous as a result of the stigma that still remains in respect of poor mental health and mental illness, membership to the Guild is awarded to the site/blog and not the blogger or site owner. The only ways in which this is relevant is that it means that…

      a) Guild membership does not (and therefore cannot be used to) imply or infer credibility to the person only to the site/blog, and then only in as much as the site/blog is seen to have a link to, or content concerning, the field of mental health and mental illness. Acceptance into Guild membership does not therefore infer or imply that the Guild endorses any content within than site/blog. Additionally,

      b) should you have or wish to start a further blog or blogs, membership of the Guild does not automatically transfer to that or those blogs and they must also be approved for membership.

      I think that about covers it so all that remains for me to say is that if I can be of any help please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me here or through one of my personal blogs, http://www.VoicesofGlass.wordpress.com and again “welcome to our little band of bloggers!”

      Kind Regards and God bless you.
      Kevin

  20. Hey Kevin! I changed my blog (Borderline Med) to wordpress now. It’s at borderlinemed.wordpress.com and it has all the old posts from the blogspot. Take care!

  21. […] finally, my blog is being included in the Mental Health Writer’s Guild. You can view more info about having your blog included […]

  22. FYI, my tagline has changed to: “Love, Learn & Live with Bipolar Disorder”

    You can use just my name, or “Kitt O’Malley – Love, Learn & Live with Bipolar Disorder”

    Updating to the new logo today. About time I got around to it, since it’s almost 2016.

    Thanks!

  23. Hi there! I was wondering if my blog about needle phobia, “The Feeble Needle,” could be included in this. It’s meant to educate people about needle phobia (and phobias in general), as well as to offer solutions that have worked for me. It seems like a very under-addressed issue online, but I would love for it to be a part of this organization!

    Here’s the link: https://thefeebleneedle.wordpress.com/

    Thanks! This website seems like a great resource.

    • Hi Lauren,

      Many thanks for getting in touch and letting me know about your site “The Feeble Needle”.

      I am pleased to be able to tell you that I have just popped over and visited the site and I am more than happy to include the site “The Feeble Needle” in our Guild Members list and in fact have just done exactly that. So welcome!

      Please feel free to copy the member’s logo from that page and to display it on your site/blog if you wish to. As a member you are entitled to 🙂
      You are also very welcome to join in any competitions that are run and to give out the Warrior Child Award to any blogger whom you feel is deserving of it. You will find details of that award on its own page within the navigation bar.

      I should perhaps mention that due to many bloggers wishing to remain anonymous as a result of the stigma that still remains in respect of poor mental health and mental illness, membership to the Guild is awarded to the site/blog and not the blogger or site owner. The only ways in which this is relevant is that it means that…

      a) Guild membership does not (and therefore cannot be used to) imply or infer credibility to the person only to the site/blog, and then only in as much as the site/blog is seen to have a link to, or content concerning, the field of mental health and mental illness. Acceptance into Guild membership does not therefore infer or imply that the Guild endorses any content within than site/blog. Additionally,

      b) should you have or wish to start a further blog or blogs, membership of the Guild does not automatically transfer to that or those blogs and they must also be approved for membership.

      I think that about covers it so all that remains for me to say is that if I can be of any help please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me. And again “welcome to our little band of bloggers!”

      Kind Regards and God bless you.

      Kevin.

    • Hi Lauren,

      Given your comments about this being under-addressed online, I also wanted to mention that if you wanted to write a specific original post concerning the phobia and indeed phobias in general (ie. not one that you have previously published anywhere else,) and submit it as a possible guest post I would be more than willing to consider publishing it here on the Guild’s blog in order to raise awareness.

      Kind regards and God bless you.

      Kevin

      • Thank you so much! I would definitely be interested. I’ve been disappointed when I roamed the web, because so many posts on needle phobia obviously aren’t mindful of needle phobes’ sensitivity (e.g. putting a picture of a syringe on their post, including frighteningly grim statistics, or just failing to address the issue properly).

        Thank you again for including me in this!

  24. Hello,

    I would love to be a part of this. My blog link is; http://www.daisiesanddarkness.com

    I hope to hear back from you.

  25. The link to my blog DialogueftDepths is wrong… thanks 😉
    https://dialogueftdepths.wordpress.com/

  26. […] finally, that ADDandSoMuchMORE.com is now included among the many other wonderful blogs on the membership roster of the Mental Health Writers […]

  27. Honored to be a part of this. Thank you.

  28. […] honoured to be in the company of these amazing, like-minded writers (you should definitely check them all out!). Plus I get to display the Guild’s cool logo on my blog, which you’ll see at the […]

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: