Hey everyone! As many of you may already know, I’ve recently published my first book ever, Rest in Piece! Due to not having any social media outlets other than my blogs, it can be very difficult getting the word out. Therefore, I thought I would kindly ask any of you who would like to help, to spread the word about me selling my novel. I would greatly appreciate your assistance. Here are the details:
“Though decades apart, two young girls are connected in a way that is both fantastical and surreal. When twelve year old Louise Erikson finds out that she holds the key to saving a nine year old who disappeared twenty years earlier, she decides to accept the challenge. Will Louise be able to rescue the girl and the others locked away with her before it’s too late?”
Rest in Piece is an e-book
WHERE TO BUY:
Amazon. You can go on Amazon and type in B.W. Ginsburg in the search section and Rest in Piece will come up. Or you can purchase the book, by clicking this link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MG6N5CQ/ref=sr_1_3?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1477785800&sr=1-3&keywords=Rest+in+Piece.
WHERE TO FIND MORE INFO ABOUT AUTHOR, BOOK, ETC:
My book blog at: https://restinpieceblog.wordpress.com/
WHERE TO FIND REVIEWS FOR REST IN PIECE:
© D. Ginsburg
P.S. Thank you to everyone who has supported my writing, purchased my book, and helped me spread the word! I greatly appreciate it!
Hey everyone! I just went on The Mighty‘s website today and discovered that another one of my posts have been published! Special thanks to the team at The Mighty for making this possible and for all of you – for supporting me and being here for me through my journey to get through anxiety! I cannot express how much it means to me. If you’d like to check out my newest post published on The Mighty, feel free to click the link below. Thanks!
I feel like there’s this huge misconception that showing your feelings means that you’re weak. I feel like people think that holding everything in makes you strong. I’m sorry, but I have to say that I disagree. I’m not saying that if you’re someone who keeps your emotions and thoughts inside, that you’re not strong, but rather I’m saying that there’s nothing wrong with sharing how you feel.
I’ve heard it before, and I’m sure you have too. People call other people strong and say things like, “Wow, I didn’t even know that you had [insert mental or physical health issue here]”. The way these people say this is as if a person hiding their issues makes someone strong. Now don’t get me wrong, there are plenty of people who are strong who don’t share their feelings or emotions. However, I feel that we need to make sure that we also note that people who do share their feelings and struggles are also very strong.
Maybe I’m wrong, but it almost seems like people tend to give more credit to those who hold in their feelings than to those who don’t. I think that’s wrong and also, very sad. I think people need to know that it’s okay to share their issues and feelings and that by doing so, not only are they helping themselves, but they’re helping others who struggle as well. By sharing what we go through, we inform others who struggle that they’re not alone.
Perhaps I’m a little bias. I’ve always been the type of person who talks about my issues (to those I trust anyway). Sometimes I feel like the world wants this and appreciates this trait and other times, not so much. There are tons of people out there who sadly, don’t want to hear it. However, we need to realize that sharing our feelings is important and as I said, beneficial to ourselves and others. So don’t hold in how you feel! Share your feelings and struggles with those who you trust!
Hi everyone! I just wanted to remind everyone that at the end of this month, I will be doing a question and answer response in regards to depression and anxiety. So far, only one person has asked a…
Source: Q&A: Mental Health Awareness