I hope you all are doing well and staying safe.
I know I am not much regular on this blog but I keep coming back to it because I want to stay connected with my first fellow bloggers I discovered here at this blog.
This is the place where I write about anything and everything and many of you must be aware that I have an another fully monetised blog Sanity Daily so I have to spent most of my quality time over there.
But I am here with my weekly updates at Sanity Daily!
So the first and very important update is that Sanity Daily is accepting guest post for its section #VOICES, because each voice matters. Anyone of you can be a part of it but the theme is Mental Health and Suicide Awareness only.
You can share a personal story, you reviews about the lack of mental health awareness or if you have any valuable insights to share then you are more than welcome.
If you want to be a part of this, get in touch with me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I also published a very informative post about Trichotillomania (a Hair Pulling Disorder)
Trichotillomania falls under Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders and is diagnosed and treated as a mental health disorder. Over time, sufferers can end up with the complete loss of eyelashes and eyebrows, hair loss, and bald patches on the scalp.
This condition can cause severe damage to self-confidence since the effects are often highly visible to others. But it’s essential that the underlying issue is treated so that hair pulling can be reduced over time and eventually stopped.
If you suspect that you or a loved one may be suffering from this condition, it’s helpful to take some time to understand the condition more fully. So, here is everything you need to know about the hair-pulling disorder known as trichotillomania.
I hope you find this post useful.
Thats all for the day. I will be back soon 🙂
Much love and gratitude