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Setting Up A Blog To Share Mental Health Issues

Many people around the world feel that stress is part and parcel of living in a busy and hectic world. Therefore, coping mechanisms are sometimes seen as a fruitless pursuit because tension is experienced in many different ways and aspects of our lives. It’s almost as if defeatism is commonplace and people just accept the fact that their lives will be full of anxiety and nervousness. Often the best way to cope with stress is to release the energy by being totally open and talking about yourself and the experiences you go through. Especially for someone suffering from mental disorders, storytelling or general diary writing in the form of a blog gives individuals the chance to be open and honest, in a bid to hopefully connect with the world. It may seem like a drop in the ocean, but blog writing is like a ripple which can turn into a wave the longer your stay at it.

How easy is it?

There is a plethora of online tools and website which you can utilize to create your blog. You have the choice of websites which are simple, more catered for people who aren’t tech-savvy, and other websites which are comprehensive. Take, for example, WordPress Hosting, you have the option of keeping it simple, with predetermined backgrounds, wallpapers and banners. The benefit of being a member of such a website is that your website will have a dedicated server and domain, which can replace the generic free account design and have your blog behave like an independent website. With a little elbow grease, you can personalize your blog entirely and with the vast array of tutorials online, it can look professional in no time.

How can you help others?

Dependent on your life experience, you may have knowledge of drugs, diagnosis, and symptom recognizing abilities, life-hacks to cope in public life, controlling stress at school or work, advice on bringing up children, or simply writing about your personal experience. Sometimes, people who have fragile minds, they just need someone to talk to who has been or is currently going through the same challenges they are. You can talk about and prescribed medication you’re taking, the dosage, the length of consumption and what kind of effect it’s having on you. Blog writing can be about anything, and readers want a lot of transparency. So if you’re approached by an advertiser or sponsor for mental health solutions, be respectful and communicate with your followers that you’re being paid. Moreover, if you truly believe in a product, explaining why you’re putting it on your blog won’t be difficult at all, because sharing your experiences is the lifeblood of originality.

A therapeutic escape

We all feel the need to escape from the world and everyday life because prolonged living in a busy lifestyle can be a game of endurance or simmering to a boiling point. Regardless of what goes on in life, a blog is there for you to free yourself from the mundanity of routine and the constraints you have in your life. Blog audiences want purely authentic stories, and this gives you the chance to be totally open and use the online world and the feedback you get as an emotional pincushion. You’re free from judgment as many outbursts or episodes as someone who is mentally ill, can be incredibly embarrassing in public. Some disorders are still, unfortunately, taboo subjects in public discourse and so, if you set up a blog, you’re free to address the matters in whichever way you wish.

Ally Gonzales is the founder & editor-in-chief of RunningSoleGirl. Along with blogging she is also juggling attending college and majoring in Exercise and Sports Science.

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