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A Look Into the Future: What Will the Write for us Industry Look Like in 10 Years?


Please, don’t send me cute and clichee sounding crap like ‘be the best version of yourself’ or ‘stop caring what others think about you’. If you have something to say, make sure it’s something new or something that appeals controversial but is backed up with solid arguments and evidence. Share a link to the article or audio experience you want us to repost or let us know a description of what you intend to write about.

Don’t send articles that have been, or will be, published elsewhere. Authors may link back to their own blog in the text of their author biography. Please do not submit articles if you are under 21 years of age, or if you are not proficient in English. All authors must be identified by their real name, have an accurate bio, and use a headshot for their profile pic. While you need not be a professional clinician, you are nonetheless expected to know the subject matter about which you are writing. Please demonstrate your mastery of the subject matter in your post.

If you are an expert in mental health, addictions, relationships, or therapy, I invite you to publish your work on Blunt Therapy. Please be as specific as possible with your title so readers will know exactly what your piece relates to. You’ll need to send through a 1 – 2 line bio along with your finished piece. Feel free to include any website or twitter handle etc. which we will then tag you with when putting on our social networks. A Lust for Life has had millions of views since our launch in October 2015, with a worldwide reach. See below for some testimonials written by our community of A Lust for Life contributors.

Here are some ideas to get you started. We accept articles that are not on these topics too. Psychreg is a news media company and not a clinical company. Our content does not constitute a medical or psychological consultation. See a certified medical or mental health professional for diagnosis.

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Obviously, excess of irrelevant information is also not recommended. Sorry for this cliché sentence but it is true. One of my favourite thing about the book is that his suggestions and teachings are based on a multitude of scientific research in the field of neuroscience and cognitive psychology. This is important, because nowadays everyone has an opinion on how you should write and what should you do based on their personal experiences, but personal experiences are not facts. And indeed, what works for a single person, does not necessarily work for everyone else. Greater Good book reviews aim to be educational.

Readers who know the context from the beginning of the reading are better able to fully understand the text, catch the hints and read between lines. We take donations of $100+ per article. We accept USD payment via Venmo and PayPal. We ask that posts be a minimum of 1,000 words, with an optimal word length between 1000 to 1500. Articles below 1000 words will be rejected. Destigmatize and demystify mental health and mental health treatment.

This seems a very obvious point, but it is not so obvious when you start writing. If there are people who do not understand well what you are trying to transmit to them through your articles, books, pieces you are the problem, not them. Blunt Therapy is your source for tips, articles, and advice about the mental health topics that matter to you, from a licensed therapist who’s been there. It’s a blog about mental health matters, addictions, relationships, and parenting. In other words, Blunt Therapy is a blog about the kind of things that people go to therapy for.

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