Calling all readers, I am requesting your feedback?

So I want to get a little bit of feedback from my readers. If you’d be so kind as to answer the following questions for me.
please email me your answers, so as to keep it private.
You can use the contact form on my page, or you can shoot me an email my email is

1. Do you enjoy reading my life updates?
2. Do you enjoy my updates about therapy and Dr. Barry?
3. What about my poetry? Do you only read my poems?
4. Do you like other things I do with my blog, if so what parts of my blog do you like?

Please send me your answers! I’m all ears!
Thanks guys!

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.

17 thoughts on “Calling all readers, I am requesting your feedback?”

    1. I’m so glad you felt safe enough to let me in on your life. I’m with most people, don’t change it. I get to pick and choose what I want to read and I do read a lot of it. I do like your Carol anne asks questions. I may not answer them all, but they always get me thinking.


  1. I like your blog a lot, whatever you post I enjoy reading. I like seeing your photos, too. Do you ever do the youTube or vlog commentaies any more? I liked those because I love your Irish accent! ❤


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