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How Marketing is Like Blowing Bubbles

Pretend I made some awesome videos with pretty bubbles blowing in the air… Today’s inspiration comes from the crazy land of Twitter and a glorious article I just read from a new Twitter friend.  I am particularly talking now about local Twitter.  By local Twitter I mean engaging with anyone in your area, metro area […]

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Depression advocate

I really do love Twitter because you get to “meet” people you may otherwise never know existed.  It’s the ultimate interconnected web of all existence.  Here’s the website providing hope, health, and healing to others that I’ve recently discovered.  And I’m putting her with my blog category “Mental Health by Real Sufferers”.  Check them all […]

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Bipolar Blog

I get so excited at all blogs or websites from real suffers of mental health and this one is no exception!  She’s a good writer and it’s great to see a real person talk about, for example, her anxiety going to her psychiatrist whom she knows well and deeply respects. This one is called Bipolarette. […]

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A sufferer vs a therapist?

I found another great website, this one on social anxiety and panic attacks.  And while this person is not a therapist, he has a a really powerful voice. He suffered, grew, and is now sharing.  See it  here.  I’m adding it my category: Mental Health Sufferers so you can see examples of “real people” sharing […]

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Real people blogging about mental illness

I’m so glad to share another website I just found, thanks to Twitter.  This is a husband sharing his struggles living in love and commitment with a bi-polar wife.  I want to share this because professionals are usually not as engaging as “real people” struggling, and you can learn a lot about how to redo […]

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A mental health blog

This is a very powerful blog by someone suffering from Borderline Personality Disorder.  It demonstrates not just the pain and hell these folks go through, but the way the internet connect people and let us talk to each other, let people with special diagnosis talk to each other. It makes me ponder whether therapists should […]

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