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Thank You for Your Support
As the year comes to an end, I’d like to take a moment to thank every single one of you for your support thus far. To those who have been vocal – resharing my content and raising awareness for various other causes – thank you for using your voice for good. To the quiet ones – while you don’t declare your ‘likes’, I know that you are the ones who read and reread, trying to understand the topic in depth. Thank you for your compassion.
Lessons Learned, and More to Come
On my part, I’ve gained a lot of useful insight from others, and learned more about blogging in general. Perhaps the biggest lesson is that blogging is even more time consuming than what I had imagined it to be 😉 The hours I spend on it is equivalent to working full time, but without the income. The output still seems meagre despite the input, but I don’t think that it is a thankless job. I enjoy writing, and what they say about helping others is true – you end up learning more in the end.
There is so much noise and fear of repurcussion in this modern world, but I believe there is a place for your voice and mine. In fact, I think it is even more crucial that we speak up because of this. We need to tell our tales; stories of strength, hope, despair and joy – all of it. Stories of our shared humanity – to remember what it means to be human. Every little bit counts, and I hope we can join forces to create something really beautiful out of all this mess.
The Top 3 Articles of the Year on the Blog
If you’re bored at a gathering, or need some distraction while alone in pain, why not check them out? I hope they inspire you to share your own experiences – there is never a lack of demand for interesting stories. Looking forward to sharing more stories and hearing from you in the new year!
1. This is What Hell Must Feel Like
This is the story where it all began. The one day that changed forever. Click here to read.
2. What Neverending Pain Reveals to You
A reflection on living with chronic pain, and what it has made me realise most. Click here to read.
3. Today is Not a Good Day to Make Decisions
Encouragement to others and myself, during one of those many down days. Click here to read.