The emerging blogger series is a way to give bloggers who are early in their stage of blogging evolution the opportunity to have their work seen by a wider audience. It’s also a way to introduce readers to some newer members of our community.
Every week I’ll publish one or two emerging blogger mental health-themed guest post(s) by a blogger who’s early on in their mental health blogging evolution, with priority given to those whose blog has less than 50 WordPress followers. The focus is on community-building rather than just a one-off guest post.
If you’re interested in being featured in the emerging blogger series, email me at mentalhealthathome (at) gmail (dot) com with a brief description of what you’d like to write about and your blog name/URL. I’m looking for bloggers who have already had some form of connection with me or my blog, who have blogs that are focused on mental health, and who will contribute posts that are relevant to a broad mental health blogger audience. Although I may make occasional exceptions for bloggers that I have an established relationship with, generally blogs that serve a primarily commercial purpose will not be considered.
The posts in this series are:
- Aergia’s Daughter (Brenda): Depression and medications
- Arts and Healing Hearts (Jessica): Minimalism and your mental health
- Bipolar? It’s Not All Doom and Gloom (Clive). Life with bipolar
- Borderline and Beyond (Tigerchelle): The worst and most painful BPD trigger
- Choose Transformation (Kim): Surviving comparison
- Glass Half Full (Alyssa): A drop of knowledge
- La Mariposa Maravillosa (Christie): Go out and face your fears
- My Brain’s Not Broken (Nathan): How to Battle the Mental Health Stigma
- Our Dissociative Identity Disorder Journey (Mike & Kayleigh Marie): We fell in love too
- Panoramic Counseling (Johnzelle): What is play therapy?
- Really Real Blog (Tina):The value of DBT skills
- Secret Lady Spider (Elle Rose): Explaining derealization
- Smiling Through Tears (Elizabeth): Living with bipolar II disorder
- The Self Helpful (Elly): What to do with anxious thoughts