Promote yourself and share the love!

thought i’d try this out. to all you bloggers, tell us more about yourself. put a link to your blog here or a link to a post you want to share. come on, lets have some fun. and please reblog this post and share the love by visiting other peoples blogs too!

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

24 thoughts on “Promote yourself and share the love!”

  1. Hi, my name is Jodi and I have a blog called ‘My Side of the Pole’. I write about my Bipolar Disorder, PTSD, treatments, relationships, and just about anything else that comes up in my life. I have found my blog to be a very helpful way for me to relate to others and express myself. Please check out my blog at:

    I hope you can enjoy and relate to it.

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  2. I have two blogs, and
    I’m an Avon representative and would love to have you as my customer.
    I would also love to have to follow my invisible illness blog where I research and post about invisible illnesses, including mental illnesses.

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  3. Well, I don’t suppose that you, Carol Anne, or anyone of you who comment here will have an interest in my blog, just because it’s in Polish. Anyway my address is . It was quite a long time since I wrote there and I think about renewing it somehow. I think also about starting a new blog in English, it’ll be quite challenging, but why not. I write a lot about my fascinations, interests, my favourite books and music, day to day life, my anxieties and other mental/emotional issues, generally about life, sometimes post shortstories, so about pretty anything. I’ll sure follow all your blogs. 🙂

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  4. I am new to the blogging world, but I joined to find motivation to get healthy and lose weight. Due to chronic depression/anxiety/PTSD, I was trying dozens of medications over the course of 4 years to find anything that worked. Oh, and most of those meds had that pesky side effect of weight gain. I finally found a psychiatrist who knew how to help me, and with a set of meds that work beautifully for me, I am finally ready to deal with the physical repercussions of the last few years!

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