This blog has been healing..from My Child Within
Ever since I joined a couple of support groups for my anxiety awhile back and now for my recovery from trauma, narcissistic abuse and others, I have found it immensely helpful.
What I didn’t realise was how healing it has been for me to have this blog and my facebook support page. I have not only shared my feelings & struggles, but also supported others. This is so valuable! People are made to reach out and connect with others and it is so lovely to see many others do the same. This community of bloggers who share posts about mental health and their own struggles, reduces the stigma and provides incredible validation.
Thank you to all my followers, those I follow and the many many other blogs I haven’t even discovered yet.
❤ to you all
The Blogger Recognition Award is new to me and comes from Wendy at WendysWrittenWords.
- Thank the person who nominated you and give a link to their blog
- Display the award on your post and write about it.
- Give a brief history on your blog itself
- Offer a piece of advice to new and upcoming bloggers
- Select 10 other bloggers you wish to nominate
Comment on their blogs and let them know they have been nominated.
Thank you to Wendy at Wendy’sWrittenWords for my nomination.
I first opened my blog in November of 2014 but because I was uncertain about
the topic I didn’t start posting regularly until October of 2015.
My blog is an ongoing narrative of my treatment for DID, the daily problems
that arise from my trauma symptoms, and a fulfillment of a lifelong wish
to work as an artist and a writer.
I eventually want to use my blog to sell my photography.
My advice to bloggers is to remain mindful of the social aspects of blogging; always respond to comments and always try to leave a comment when you visit another blog. A few short words of encouragement can someone’s day.
My nominees for the Blogger Recognition Award are:
Just Plain Ol’ Vic
Share and promote yourself!