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'Ellen offers a convincing argument for the benefits of blogging for good mental health.' --SANE (UK Mental Health Charity)
From the Publisher
* the first book that looks at the emotional benefits of blogging;
* invaluable advice from bloggers and mental health experts on how supportive a blog can be, the benefits of writing one and how to start writing a blog yourself;
* written with humour and wit, warmth and compassion;
* part of the royalties are donated to The National Autistic Society, the leading UK charity for people with autism (including Asperger syndrome) and their families.
Covering how to start a blog, what to write about, how to get followers plus technical and design tips, `Blogging for Happiness' looks at how a blog can improve your mental health, lift your mood, make new friends, clear the air and even earn you some money. An uplifting, witty and invaluable guide on how a blog really can save your sanity.See all Product description
Top customer reviews
There were lots of quotes and statements from other people about how much blogging helped them, but these felt like shallow recommendations to blog with no real depth behind how it helped them.
I also found the style of writing quite difficult to enjoy as it seemed almost disjointed, and I got bored quite quickly.
I'm not saying it won't be of interest to anyone, this is just my opinion. The whole thing seemed very basic and drawn out when it could have been covered in a short paragraph. The idea is an interesting one, and I would like to read a book on the benefits of blogging which covers things much more deeply and in a guided, informative manner.