For this post I have decided to share three posts that many have liked over time.
For some of you these posts are new, for others you may remember them. If not, take time to read them.
As always take some time to visit the other blogger’s. You will find so much fine written posts. Posts covering a multitude of issues.
The Interview With Mental @ Home
- Apart from your bio on your blog what is something that maybe others would love to learn about you?
I’ve shown some of this in blog posts, but I did a lot of travelling in my 20s and 30s. I’ve been to 4 continents besides my own, and I’ve been to 37 countries, if I recall correctly.
Read more at: The Interview With Mental @ Home
You can read Ashley L. Peterson’s Post at: Mental Health & Home
First Guest Post: Letter To Self #MILLENNIALLIFECRISIS
Letter To A Depressed Self
So, this is depression.
This is complete and utter, downright sadness day in and day out.
This is heartbreak and heartache and consistent anxiety about everything that happens.
So this is the new normal. This is what I get. This is who I am now. I’ve tried to hide from it for a long time, but the truth is, running has done me no favors.
Read more: First Guest Post: Letter To Self #MILLENNIALLIFECRISIS
You can read more of Vee’s posts at: Millennial Life Forces
Mental Health & Finances
I feel everyone reading this will relate to parts of what I am about to write. Why, because money is the one area of our life that can either make life easy, or it can enslave us till our death.
Read more: Mental Health & Finances
You can read more of my posts at: rts-Facing the Challenges of Mental Health
The Interview- Overcoming OCD – Mark Wester
Mark for the readers and myself tell us something about yourself that is not on your blog.
I have been telling a lot about myself on my blog so it’s actually pretty difficult to think of something that’s worth mentioning and that I have never talked about but let me try. I was raised in a very multicultural family – I am of Hungarian, Romanian, German and Jewish origin – and I think it’s because of my family background that I love learning foreign languages and I am addicted to traveling. I have been to most of European countries and my dream is to travel the whole world – obviously, only when the pandemic is over.
Read more: The Interview – Overcoming OCD – Mark Wester
You can read more of Mark’s posts at: Overcoming Ocd
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