I Wrote My First Guest Post
I have to admit, I was a bit nervous about it too! One of the bloggers that I follow for the giveaways is Mom Does Reviews. I think I have seen her giveaways back when I first started. Back before there were Rafflecopter and Giveaway Tools forms and you had to enter each giveaway only by entering comments. Yeah, that was a lot of work.
Anyway, Pamela also has a giveaway group on Facebook and she posted something about 13 Reasons Why and said she was struggling to write something. Until you live through suicide, it really is hard to understand. Anyway, I said sure, without a hesitation. Then, I looked at the number of followers on all her social media pages and I admit, I was getting nervous.
She was great and I wrote the post, just like I would write a post on my own blog. She loved it and I would like to share it with you here. Click on this link and read for yourself. Remember, the more we share about suicide and the aftermath of it, the more lives we can save!
Thank you Pamela for everything! You made this so easy and I'm glad this topic is getting even more exposure! Since then, I have agreed to do another post for her - they are having a special blog link-up for a Mental Health Awareness on 5/15 and I agreed to write one post for me and one for her. Today, I got a request from another blogger that I met through another Facebook group. Wow, all these people wanting to share about suicide! Let's keep the conversation going!
Please remember to click on the link and read the post and share! The more we share, the more lives we could save! Comments on the posts also help. The more comments that a post gets, the more the search engines will pick it up!
While you are on the post, be sure to check out Pamela's site! She offers some excellent giveaways! Best of luck if you enter! Thank you in advance!
If you are interested in me writing a guest post for your site, please feel free to use the contact form on this site. I can't promise how many I can do, but I will do my best! We need to lower the numbers of suicides. It seems each day, that more and more are losing the battle with Mental Health and ending the pain the wrong way! Let's work together and end the pain without losing any more lives!