Those of us who blog about health concerns, often find it difficult to get the public’s attention as we deem it should be. Dengue fever is the theme of what I blog about. Comments, questions, and contributing postings don’t have the volume you may have anticipated. The informed have no reason to fear dengue fever any more than any other viral disease, because it is a matter of true science, natural licensed and certified practitioners in medical practice and research know and publish online there findings of antiviral remedies. Many of these can be administered and prepared at home, even from our very own food gardens. I choose to follow this blog because kindred spirits need support of others of the same mind, and I want to give my support to this vital community. In 2014 this thought I share– “What is naturally good to treat dengue, is good to treat cancer too!
When we start a blog instead of simply keeping a private diary, it’s because we want to connect with others. When you start to blog, you join a community.
It comes as no surprise that many bloggers are drawn to online communities as a place to work through challenges — to heal and process, find others with similar experiences, and seek (or offer) support. There are lots of supportive communities around WordPress.com: women dealing with breast cancer, people managing diabetes, parents of children with unique needs, and many, many more. Throughout January, we’ll be zooming in on how bloggers use WordPress.com to support their health and wellness.
Today, on the heels of the Blog for Mental Health 2014 kick-off, we’re focusing on mental health. Read on for a look at the many ways WordPress.com bloggers use their sites to improve their own lives, and the lives of others who have…
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