I still need a few more guest bloggers.

UPDATE: Comments have been disabled.  Thanks to everyone who volunteered!  

Yesterday I invited bloggers who write about mental illness or mental illness stigma to write a post for this blog.  In exchange I’ll write a post featuring all the bloggers who have chosen to participate, and share their finished posts to all my social media.

I’m doing this for two reasons: (1) I need fresh material for this blog; and (2) other people’s perspectives on mental illness and the stigma it carries can help raise awareness, much more so than I can do on my own.

So far I have six interested bloggers, but I need a few more.   This weekend I’ll be writing a post featuring the blogs of all those who chose to participate, which will help their traffic.

Here is the original post.  If you’re interested, please comment in the original post, with a link to your blog, and a short description of what you want to write about.

https://luckyottershaven.com/2016/02/02/mental-illness-writers-want-to-be-a-guest-blogger-and-have-me-share-your-blog-too/

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About luckyotter

Recovering from BPD and C-PTSD due to narcissistic abuse from childhood. Married to a sociopath for 20 years. Proud INFJ, Enneagram type 4w5. Animal lover, music lover, cat mom, unapologetic geek, fan of the absurd, progressive Catholic, mom to 2, mental illness stigma activist, anti-Trumper. #RESISTANCE
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17 Responses to I still need a few more guest bloggers.

  1. Just Plain Ol' Vic says:

    Reblogged this on Just Plain Ol' Vic and commented:
    For those of us that blog about mental health issues, here is a great opportunity to get your story told and connect with a larger audience.

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  2. abodyofhope says:

    I will contribute! I would like to share a piece about a dear friend of mine because I think her story is a bit less shared, but not rare.

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  3. Linda Lee says:

    I commented on your original post about this, offering to be a guest blogger. But I guess you are still not receiving any notifications of my comments? I may have to end my blog if WordPress doesn’t fix this.

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  4. I think it’s wonderful that you do this. I’m tempted to jump into this project 😉 But I don’t think I should, because it’ll reach such a large public. I don’t think I can write well enough or that the stories are interesting enough. Maybe if you miss posts on a certain subject? I can write about narcisstic abuse, ptsd, depression, rape, stigma etc.

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  5. cherished79 says:

    My narcissistic mother, never knew what friggin mood she was in when I got home from school, was thinking of writing a post for my blog yet never did get around to it, would do it for a guest post though. Deb cherished79.wordpress.com

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    • luckyotter says:

      Wait, your narc mother wants to write a guest post for this blog? 😮 Did I understand you correctly? Well. That could be an interesting, unique perspective!

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  6. cherished79 says:

    Didn’t word that correctly did I! my narc mother was a bitch, so arriving home from school was a crap shoot 😦 bets were on, would it be a good day, no always a bad mood day….. Sorry not such a unique perspective, but life was pure hell!

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  7. cherished79 says:

    I would like to write my mother’s fav “the past is the past” greatest words from her, yes, lets just sweep everything under the rug and forget about it!

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    • luckyotter says:

      Narcs love to sweet everything under the rug. My parens couldn’t tolerate anything less than perfection–in anything! They’d deny or ignore problems as if they didn’t exist. They’d talk about “being positive” but to them, it was just a denial of reality.

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