Nine things to consider when writing about mental health

Many authors, including me, write about sensitive topics that affect our emotional wellbeing, such as abuse, bullying, etc. However, some writers use these topics as a hook to attract readers only to offend them. This happens mainly if the subject triggers someone who has been through an unfortunate experience. Here are nine things to keepContinue reading “Nine things to consider when writing about mental health”

Why we should listen to our inner voice

When I hit rock bottom a few years ago, I had numerous self-destructive thoughts. When I tried to put them into action, a voice inside me stopped me from making decisions I would regret later. Instead, my inner voice led me to call a therapist helpline, and I registered for sessions. Recently, I read similarContinue reading “Why we should listen to our inner voice”

How is ‘The So-called Boy Magnet’ unique?

There is a lot of literature with the theme of sexual abuse and overcoming the trauma. There are fictitious stories based on actual events, and there are heartwrenching non-fiction accounts. Then, isn’t it possible for ‘The So-called Boy Magnet’ to get lost in the other books on the same subject? What makes my book unique?Continue reading “How is ‘The So-called Boy Magnet’ unique?”