Best of Blog Recap – January 2012

Thanks to all of you that read this blog. Some of you have been with me from the beginning and some just joined. I appreciate each and every one of you. This month has marked a change in the blog. My original plan was to increase the number of posts from one or so per week to at least three. Along the way, the comments came in both on the blog and off, so did a lot more likes. It is always nice to be liked and to know that what you are trying to do is of interest to someone. As a result, this month I wrote some articles that turned into series and the final result was a lot more than the three a week I had planned on. We will see if time permits me to keep up the writing at this level.

The theme of this blog continues to be – having a happy life. That topic includes issues related to mental health, substance abuse, parenting, recovery, and resiliency.

Here are the top read blogs of the last month.

1. How does therapy help people?

2. Stages of Change – Early action

3. Is relapse a part of recovery?

About the author and Bipolar – misdiagnosed or missing diagnosis? Where close to the top also. Thanks for all your interest.

From the last year the top posts were:

1. How does therapy help people?

2. Treatment for teen’s risky behavior

3. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder – PTSD and bouncing back from adversity

4. 7 “new drugs” parents should be aware of.

Over time lots of you have viewed the home page and “about the author” page also.

Thanks to all my readers for being part of this effort.

Next month we will explore some other topics and see what we come up with.

Till next time, David Jole Miller, LMFT, LPCC.

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