Top blog posts for April 2012


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By David Joel Miller, MS, Licensed Therapist & Licensed Counselor.

Here it is – The Best of Blog Recap for April 2012 –

Just in case you missed some of these, this is a second opportunity to check out some of the best posts as measured by reader views.

This month also, a new feature, “My favorite posts.” This category is my chance to mention some older posts and some that may have gotten missed because they were posted early in the blog or at times when many of you readers were away, Tax Day had a lower than normal readership for example.

Top read blog posts of April 2012.

1. Grandma is the Drug Connect

2. How much should you tell a therapist?

3. 13 Ways to make yourself miserable

4. Millions about to Catch a Mental Illness

My favorites, in no particular order

1. Why Can’t We Forget the Painful Past?

2. The Ambulance at the Corner

3. People are like them Trees

4. Bury the Past – Put it in a box

This month has been so gratifying. Thanks to all of you. April has been another record month for views. To date, there have been readers in over 35 countries. Many of you have emailed me to tell me you enjoyed a post. Please feel free to comment on any post. Reader comments help to make this blog more useful to all of us.

Staying connected with David Joel Miller

Seven David Joel Miller Books are available now!

My newest book is now available. It was my opportunity to try on a new genre. I’ve been working on this book for several years, but now seem like the right time to publish it.

Story Bureau.

Story Bureau is a thrilling Dystopian Post-Apocalyptic adventure in the Surviving the Apocalypse series.

Baldwin struggles to survive life in a post-apocalyptic world where the government controls everything.

As society collapses and his family gets plunged into poverty, Baldwin takes a job in the capital city, working for a government agency called the Story Bureau. He discovers the Story Bureau is not a benign news outlet but a sinister government plot to manipulate society.

Bumps on the Road of Life. Whether you struggle with anxiety, depression, low motivation, or addiction, you can recover. Bumps on the Road of Life is the story of how people get off track and how to get your life out of the ditch.

Dark Family Secrets: Doris wants to get her life back, but small-town prejudice could shatter her dreams.

Casino Robbery Arthur Mitchell escapes the trauma of watching his girlfriend die. But the killers know he’s a witness and want him dead.

Planned Accidents  The second Arthur Mitchell and Plutus mystery.

Letters from the Dead: The third in the Arthur Mitchell mystery series.

What would you do if you found a letter to a detective describing a crime and you knew the writer and detective were dead, and you could be next?

Sasquatch. Three things about us, you should know. One, we have seen the past. Two, we’re trapped there. Three, I don’t know if we’ll ever get back to our own time.

For these and my upcoming books; please visit my Author Page – David Joel Miller

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