The only way Chipur sustains its growth is if it continues to present relevant and powerfully hopeful mood and anxiety disorder information. You can be of great assistance. Will you write a guest post for Chipur?
The guest post has to come from someone who’s mood or anxiety disorder “been there.” Heck, I’ll consider a post written by an emotional/mental health professional.
It’s all in coming to know we’re not alone, and not some sort of weird bundle of all-over-the-place mood and nerves. Right?
I remember how much that meant to me during my major lost-in-the-woods years. And absorbing the wisdom of my disorder-mates continues to be comforting.
Chipur has a great tradition of wonderful guest posts. Here are a handful…
DEPRESSION in MEN: Our guest post writer says, “Yeah, it’s DIFFERENT.”
Oh What Our Thoughts Can Do to Us (and how to undo) | Wisdom From a Chipur Friend
The Walsh Protocol: A Guest Post on Depression Treatment Alternatives
Depression According to Michael | He Said You Can Come In
Stories of Courage and Hope | Patricia is “Brave Beyond Words”
Okay, it’s simple – here’s what I’m looking for…
The guest post has to come from someone who’s mood or anxiety disorder “been there.” Heck, I’ll consider a post written by an emotional/mental health professional. What I won’t consider is a post written for marketing purposes. And I get tons of offers, so I can spot them a mile away.
How long? Oh, I’d say somewhere around 500 – 600 words.
If you’re interested, drop me a line and share what you have in mind. I’ll get back with you and we’ll see what we can put together. How’s that?
Yes, Chipur thrives when it presents relevant and powerfully hopeful mood and anxiety disorder information. Will you help me do that?