Share Your Story on Living With Bipolar Disorder
Building a community is my favorite part of blogging. Please take a moment to read the process for contributing.
Submitting to Our Blog
Living With Bipolar Disorder is a community space where individuals with bipolar disorder and their families can share their stories and experiences.
Anyone who has been affected by bipolar disorder or a mental illness is welcome to send in a writing. You to share your story in the form of a personal experience article and an opinion piece. You may also send photos. This is your space, so write from the heart.
All articles are reviewed by me (Christine Donohue), and please keep in mind that I am a writer, not a doctor. If you're unsure what to write, please contact me; I'd love to help you gather your thoughts and express them.
Finally, Living With Bipolar Disorder reserves the right to audit guest postings to keep our site content up-to-date and relevant. This includes adding, modifying, or removing content, links, or photographs; refreshing, redirecting, or merging with other articles; and removing the article. A post that is audited will try to keep as much of the original as possible, but it might not be possible.
How to Submit a Guest Post:
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or use our Contact Form. Include a brief description of your post, your full name, and any other relavent information.
I will contact you within 24 hours. Thank you, and I look forward to sharing your story with our community.
Commenting on Living With Bipolar Disorder Blog
One of the most important aspects of a successful community website and blog is the conversation that occurs through comments on blog posts. However, comment conversations can sometimes take a negative turn or feature spam links. That's why we have a blog comment policy.
Comments that are deemed spam or primarily promotional in nature will be removed. Links to relevant content are fine, but comments must be relevant to the post's subject.
Comments containing profanity will be removed.
Comments containing potentially objectionable language or notions will be removed. This includes language that is abusive, threatening, sexual, insulting, deceptive, or libelous.
Comments that attack an individual directly will be removed.
Comments that are abusive to other posters will be removed. Please be respectful to other contributors.
Comments left by anonymous users will be removed. Only comments from posters who identify themselves are accepted.
Living With Bipolar Disorder reserves the right, without notice, to edit or delete any comments submitted. This comment policy may be changed at any time. Please contact us at email@example.com or use our Contact Form if you have any questions about the comments policy.