I could not be prouder of my friend Dyane
In a lot of ways she reminds me of me. Not easily deterred. Dedicated to the point where people realize she’s not going away and they are going to have to deal with her and her message. So now, after seven tries, she finally is published by these people in a place called “The Blog” Let’s all visit and show our support by commenting, liking, bla bla so that we, the little people, can help one of our own get bigger5.
Greetings, and Happy Spring!!!
Thanks to those of you who read my last birthday post & for wishing me and Lucy a happy birthday! Your beautiful words made my day extra-special! Lucy was spoiled rotten…although what else is new?
On a separate note, some of you know I’m shameless when it comes to promoting postpartum bipolar disorder awareness.
I’d be SO GRATEFUL if you could take time to visit my debut Huffington Post article (this is the link) and “like” it, comment, & maybe share it with your Facebook pals, oh my!
As far as comments are concerned, almost anything goes, i.e. – “I didn’t know about this form of bipolar – thanks for opening my eyes!” or whatever you like. I ask for your help because the more feedback I get, the better leverage I have with the editors to publish future posts about bipolar and postpartum-related issues.
Sadly, you must have a Facebook account in order to comment & like, which is a big bummer, but if you use Facebook, you’d be putting it to noble use in the name of PPBD awareness! 😉
Here’s the link and a BIG thanks to each & every one of you for your support!