Me+WordPress=๐Ÿ˜Š

Blogging Is Much More Than I Had Originally Thought

Sometimes it takes someone else to acknowledge things before I do so myself. Like blogging for example. I’ve never sat back and thought about what blogging means to me. Or what it means to have a blog. There are a handful of bloggers that began punching a keyboard four years ago alongside me that I remain in the loop with. Each of their blogs is more successful than my own. I say that with a sense of pride and inspiration. While communicating with Ashley from Mental Health@Home, I realized the integral role blogging plays in my recovery. So I went ahead and made a nifty list!

Blogging for me means this:

1. I have a support system.

2. I have a safe space to share my vulnerabilities.

3. Others are on a similar life journey and are compassionate of mine.

4. I am not alone.

5. Others do care.

Yes, a simple itemized list of 5 sums up the feels I get from having a blog. Anyone who is human can attest these are critical to have and not to recovery alone; in life.

This blog is witness to transformation.

This blog is a testimony of life.

My life.

This blog reminds me to breathe.

This blog mirrors tears, hopes, dreams, and fears.

This blog embraces mistakes.

It encourages.

This blog is a display of endurance and strength.

This blog is the result of what I receive as a blogger on WordPress.

Isn’t that a beautiful thing?

Just by being yourself, you have a deep impact on someone else’s life.

15 Replies to “Me+WordPress=๐Ÿ˜Š”

  1. I agree. Our WordPress community has been wonderfully supportive and uplifting for me. I hope it is for you too.

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  2. I think that’s an awesome list! ๐Ÿ’•

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  3. Simon says:

    It’s a beautiful thing…

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  4. Carol anne says:

    I love blogging, my blog means the world to me! For most of the same reasons you mentioned! Xoxo

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  5. Rochdalestu says:

    Iโ€™m lucky enough to have made a friend in yourself through blogging and enjoy the fact that weโ€™ve been able to understand what each other have been through and given support ๐Ÿ‘Œ

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  6. Chel Owens says:

    Agreed! Plus, I remember what I thought about blogging and writing when I first started; how self-conscious and unsure I was. Compared to now, like you said, the network alone has been amazing.

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