This is not the first time I have been nominated for this award, as I was nominated last year. If you would like to see that post, you will find it here.
This year, I have been nominated by Carol, over at https://therapybits.com
1. Write about how and why you started blogging.
This blog started because I needed to write for therapeutic reasons, which it still helps me for that same reason at times and acts as a release for whatever is inside. But it also gives awareness and I have met like-minded bloggers through this blog, so I never feel alone and that same I hope you don’t feel alone when you read what I share. My blog has also grown, which shows I have as I share new challenges, or learn new things.
2. Mention the person who nominated you and write a short description about them.
As I mentioned before, Carol, at “Therapy Bits” nominated me for this award, which you will find her blog over at the link shared above.
When you visit to read Carol’s blog you will learn about dissociative identity disorder (DID), PSTD and she shares sometimes her therapy sessions, as well as other parts of her life.
3. Choose 15 other bloggers for nomination, for this award.
I am not going to list 15 other bloggers for this award as I find not many really join in, so I will keep this open and if you are reading this post and have never been awarded before, then please feel free to feel nominated. Should you wish to join in, then don’t forget to tag this post so I can come and see your post.
4. Write two different pieces of advice for new bloggers.
Just be yourself, as this will reflect across in your blog and write what you are interested or passionate about, as this will keep encouraging you write something on your blog. Don’t forget to visit other blogs that interest you and leave comments there, as well as replying back to your own visitors.
5. Let the people you have nominated know about you nominating them and send a link to your blog post.
See number 3, for who I nominated.