When I started my blog last December, I would not have thought I would reach 200 followers. But I did. And it is an amazing feeling. Looking at the stats, I see a lot of numbers but the most amazing thing is that these numbers represent actual human beings: more than 200 people who actually follow my blog, who read my articles and who support me with their comments.
I would like to say a big big thank you to all my followers!
You can not imagine how much it means for me to see that there are people out there who’re interested at what’s going on in my life – and in my mind. Ever since I started my blog, I have been feeling so much better, and not because I could finally find an interesting hobby, but because of my readers: it is a fantastic feeling to see that there are people whom I could help just by doing something that I have always enjoyed: talking about myself. So thank you again: for reading my posts, for encouraging me with your comments and for everything, really.
Suggestions: What would you like to read about?
One thing that I’m terribly afraid of is writer’s block. At the moment, I still have a lot of ideas to write about however I am pretty sure that this list will not be endless. And even if it was, my blog is not only about myself and it is not only for myself.
So, if you have any questions, any topics that you’d love to read about: please share them in the comment section. I have already received a few ideas, such as Comparison between OCD and OCPD from Ashley or Foods that help OCD from Robin – Will soon publish these posts!
Or if you do not feel comfortable sharing your questions, thoughts and ideas in the comment section, you can also send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Would you like to talk about your own OCD experiences?
I would be more than glad to have your guest posts on my blog! 🙂
What have I learnt from blogging?
Blogging has shown me that suffering from a mental disorder is nothing to be ashamed of. In real life, people rarely talk about their feelings but on the internet, it is much easier to tell others about the way you feel. A few years ago, I used to think that I was the only person with my problems but now I know that there are a lot of other people out there who understand the way I feel.
What are my plans for the future?
I have never been a planner. And honestly, I do not know what my plans are. I’m just going with the flow. But one thing I know is that I will keep on writing. 🙂
My Most Popular Blog Posts
So far, I have published 34 posts – let’s see which are the ones my readers liked the most:
- What is it like to live with OCD? – A day in my life
- Do I have OCD?
- Flying with OCD: What does it feel like?
- OCD: Living a Lie
Mark is a Happy Fox
Okay, do not ask me why and how this happened but most of my friends call me “foxie”. Just another weird thing about my life. So at the moment, I can say I am a happy fox: