My Comments

I’ve outlined my position on receiving (ie. the reader leaving) comments on this page.  In essence as long as you don’t go on personal rants or leave information that personally identifies me or anyone featured in my writing then it’s all good.

This page is to outline my position on my own leaving of comments – not just here, but on other blogs too.

I used to reply to every single comment that I received here.  I’ve stopped doing this, and I’m not really sure why.  It’s not that I don’t want your comments – I do.  I love getting them, so please don’t stop leaving them.  All are read, and all points made are considered.  I promise.

I’ve been finding it really hard lately (as of June 2010) to keep up writing anything, even to the point of tweets and text messages.  I can only assume that this lethargy has made responding to comments to be difficult; all writing energy I have is directed at keeping the blog going in the first place.  To that end I’ve found my ability to respond to comments here and indeed to leave anything remotely useful on the multitude of other blogs I read to be waning.

Please remember folks – I do read every comment and want to continue to receive them, and if your blog is on my blogroll, then I am reading that too.  My silence does not mean I don’t care…never, ever that.  The Madosphere means a lot to me.

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13 thoughts on “My Comments

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  2. Hi, I came upon this web site because you left a message on my blog “Living In My Black Fog”
    The post was on Euthanasia for people with long-term chronic depression. FINALLY, someone agreed! You mentioned you had written a post on it & I would be interested in reading that post. Also wanted to say I like what I see on this web page so will definitely be back! You tell it like you see it & I like that.
    P.S. Tried to send an email but couldn’t (?) Hope this works

  3. Just want to say, your blog, helping me more than you will think…commonalities are pretty frappin’ scary..on that note, thanks. 🙂 I have bookmarked your ass and will read till i die xo

  4. Hey how you going? I was just on a friends blog and saw a comment you made there regarding mental health and I clicked on your link and found this. I’ve been diagnosed with the same set of illnesses as yourself. For years they have struggled to diagnose me because I had such a broad range of symptoms but the other week they slapped those on me. So I guess I just wanted to say hi and I look forward to reading your blog =)

  5. Thank you – your blog is a welcome breath of fresh air. I’m 28 and was diagnosed BPD last year, I’ve got multiple letters after my name but am struggling just to achieve even basic moronic tasks let alone get back to studying which is what I really want. I’ve thrown myself into trying to explore BPD and have become more and more disheartened, everything online is so anti-BPD, critical of our ability to form ‘any’ relationship with people. And that’s not me…I’m not perfect but I’m not a freak, I’m just mental that’s all 🙂

    And I am so relieved to hear its not just me struggling with the NHS. Its inexcusable that a service designed to help creates so many problems but it does make me feel a bit more normal that I’m not alone in my battle to somehow convince them that because I have enough control not to end up in the bin that I might actually still need just a bit of help to continue that.

    Take care, I’ve read through a lot of your posts, am glad that things are moving forward for you.


  6. I stumbled onto your blog, and cannot properly express in words how happy I am that I did.

    Your candor is what is most helpful to me. So often, over the past few years, I have found books and blogs and sites which talk only about the “hopefulness”. Yeah, I get it, nice to see that it can get better. But honestly, that is not what I need most of the time. If I want that kind of message, I can recall one of the countless conversations family and friends have had with me during which they tell me “it’s not all bad”, to just “try smiling”. That is not real life.

    You get it. You live it. Reading so many of your posts, I found my head bobbing up and down in agreement, feeling a sense of astonishment that words I thought were safe inside my head were here on your page.

    I look forward to getting to know myself better through you.

  7. Hi there,
    I am very interested in talking to you about the notion of educating primary school children in sexual abuse awareness. Would you be interested in talking to me about it? I have never used this forum before so dont have a clue how to keep up but hey ho – I’ll pick it up hopefully!

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