Tag: Guest post


Guest Post: "Stoptober: Are you Tough Enough?"

Today we have Guest Post on Stoptober and the challenge of quitting smoking -- and how to approach it from the perspective of a loved one who wants to encourage someone in their life to quit. These are difficult conversations to have - but below are really great tips for starting the discussion and how…

On Death in the Online Community & A Guest Post

When planning Tough Stuff Month, we couldn't help but think of the ultimate tough topic: death - and hoped that members of our network would feel comfortable sharing their stories and experiences with each other here. After all, Health Activists aren't afraid to discuss difficult things. Leading online communities and connecting with people virtually is…

Guest Post: Beautiful Wreck: Sex, Lies, & Suicide

Today, we start off our Tough Stuff Month Guest Posts with a really powerful post. Written by Mental Illness Health Activist and writer, Stephanie Schroeder - this post offers a glimpse into her advocacy and includes an excerpt from her memoir. The book, Beautiful Wreck: Sex, Lies & Suicide delves into incredibly intense, personal topics -…

Guest Post: What Inspires Me

Today we have an inspiration post written by Health Activist for the Autoimmune community and blogger at The Mighty Turtle, Karen Vasquez. Thanks for sharing what inspires you, Karen - I bet lots of Health Activists can relate to your story. Be sure to follow Karen on Facebook and on Twitter @turtlemighty!     What…

Guest Post: Living Through Laughter

Today's post is by Health Activist Chris Dean - who has shared a bit about inspiration despite chronic illness. Thanks for sharing with us, Chris! Be sure to follow Chris if you don't yet on her blog Life Your Way and on her Facebook.   Living Through Laughter by Chris Dean Last November 4th, I sat…

Taking Activism Into the Community—Kelly Booth Guest Posts about her experience!

Real life activism can happen anywhere. From talking to one another about the latest health craze to organizing an event for people you know personally who are battling the same condition you have.  All across the country, health activists are finding ways to spread their knowledge beyond the scope of their computer screen. In person,…
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