Ten Tips for Mental Health Bloggers

Art by Rob Goldstein

Blog for Mental Health 2015
The thing about triggers is they don’t have to have any obvious connection to anything.

Something as mundane as finding that I’ve followed someone by mistake can unsettle me for days.

It’s not uncommon for me to find comments about a post that I know nothing about; I often don’t know what’s been posted until I see a comment.

I usually read the post before I reply.

The trigger in this case was that I replied to the comment, went to see what it was about; saw a very nice blog, but not one that I would follow.

It felt odd.

How did it happen?

I told a friend.

She thought that one of my alternates had played a prank.

Why didn’t if feel like something I would do?

Then the trigger kicked in.

Was I hacked?

I rarely discuss the practical problems of being a blogger with Dissociative Identity…

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7 thoughts on “Ten Tips for Mental Health Bloggers

          1. I have several high-powered photo applications but find myself using Photoshop Elements. They give me enough choices unless I want the big boy applications. Like you I like to play with photos. It’s fun and can always change. I’ve finished your intro and looking for a image insert I like. I have a problem writing without throwing a surprise in. Except when I talk about the serious issues.
            Have a great day.
            🙂
            M

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