Disorders and Treatment
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Sometimes writing for a living drives me bonkers. Basically, I have to be brilliant on-command. And seriously. That's hard.
It's a lot of work for me. My brilliance gets tired and bogged down in the bits of my job I don't like doing.
However, then I'm reminded there are many wonderful things about my job. Specifically, I get to learn new things, every day, all the time. While others work at real jobs I spend all day looking up facts and studies and learning things I didn't know when I woke up.
I love that stuff.
So, I'm creating a weekly feature by sincerely flattering Jane Friedman and stealing her idea. (Jane writes Three Happy Things about writing once a week. Go check her out.) I'm not sure they will be three happy things, exactly, but I will be sharing three new things about mental health I've learned each week.
This will give me a chance to share smaller details that don't make it into a full blog post, pimp the resources I like and otherwise share my knowledge.
On board? Great!
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