Today I received my 2014 blogging report for WordPress and I must say it felt good. I know that everyone that starts a blog says that they didn’t expect so many readers, but to be honest, I really didn’t. I’d like to thank everyone that has not only read my blog, commented, and liked posts, but have also wrote posts on their blogs that have really helped me realize that I am not alone in my struggles. For me, reading others’ posts are just as essential as writing your own, so thank you. While as I mentioned, my thank yous extend to anyone that has ever read my blog or shared with me their struggles, I would like to give an extra special thanks to the following:
http://www.marysaverageadventures.wordpress.com: Mary, you’ve been here for me when I’ve needed to talk and you’ve also shared your own experiences. Thank you. I cannot tell you how much I appreciate all your help!
http://www.anxiousizzy.wordpress.com: Thank you so much, Izzy. Your blog has helped me realize that people all over the world struggle with anxiety and that there are so many people working to overcome their obstacles. Also, I can tell how hard you are trying to get through your anxiety and it’s very inspirational.
http://thepersistentplatypus.wordpress.com/: Elle, you’ve helped me once again not only realize that I am not alone in dealing with anxiety, but you are proof that anxiety can be managed. You share both your experiences of anxiety taking control and you being successful in working through it. Thank you so much for sharing!
http://soundhippy.wordpress.com/: Becky, thank you so much for reading my blog and posting your own experiences. I read your blog and can really relate, which is extremely important. You are so kind and I really appreciate it.
https://calmkitchen.wordpress.com/: Thanks for all your comments and your advice on staying positive!
http://www.ruledbyfear.com: Thank you so much for being here for me and helping me with my struggles. I enjoy reading your posts and they are a tremendous help. I can’t thank you enough.
There are so many people I’d like to thank and this list is only a small sample. Again, I appreciate everyone who has ever read my blog and has shared their own insights. I hope everyone has a Happy New Year. Also, remember to set goals for yourself. These goals should include practicing overcoming anxiety by facing your fears in small steps and focusing on more positive things. Additionally, remember that you are never alone and that a good support system goes a long way.