I just wanted to write up a quick post. Honestly I woke up today not even wanting to write, but I saw this and it made me happy.
I wrote a piece of flash fiction this morning, but I had to take a moment to write this up.
Thank you to everyone for the support. When I started this blog 1 month ago, I never thought I would have over 100 subscribers, let alone 1,000 likes.
If you haven’t gotten a chance to read any of my posts yet, I write about: addiction, ADHD, OCD, PTSD, Anxiety, depression, chronic pain, abuse and other mental health issues.
All things I have been through (most I am still going through). I write these in the form of stories, poems and the occasional piece of flash fiction.
I will try and continue to write poems, stories and pieces on mental health that are worth all of the likes you have bestowed on me.
You have all made a crummy day great, so I hope your day is great as well.
4 thoughts on “1,000 Thank You’s”
Keep going. Keep exploring. Keep writing, thinking, processing, and just get it all out into the Universe. What you share can help another person. You never know who is reading your work, who is seeing your soul and one may feel less alone in this world because of it. So, thank you, sir. —Nix
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My friend, that goes to show just how good you are! Congratulations and thank you for making me remember some of the things that have put me in to this stage of my recovery. I know I spoke about the alcohol last time and being a few years sober now, but I suffer with PTSD, anxiety, depression, EUPD, OCD. So I am not far from your stamp, just the newbie learning the craft you’ve mastered. I’m looking forward to reading the next instalment. Have an awesome day!
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Thank you so much for the support. I let my worries and doubt hold me back for a long time. I spent years writing, but I was terrified to share it.
I still learn something new everyday. We have a lot in common, and it’s great that your out here, doing the same thing I’m doing; helping people.
As far as writing goes, I still have plenty to learn, but so appreciate the kind words. With practice, you’ll get there.
I’m looking toward to writing it.
Have an awesome day yourself.