One of the main goals of this project was to find a way to connect with others. Just the fact that you’re reading this, probably means you’re already joined the community. So welcome!
If you’d like to help this community grow, here’s a few ways you can help out.
I wish someone would have shared something like this with my past postpartum-self. I want to bring that sense of relief to others. But we can only reach others with your help. So please, share away. Shout it from the mountain tops. Or reach out directly to one friend. Either way, help us make a connection.
Clapping on Medium is like applause. Unlike a Facebook ‘like’, you can clap not just once but you can clap up to 50 times per article. If you like an article, clap the full 50 times. It really helps the Medium algorithms to help other readers find these articles and it rewards the author for great writing.
Writing on the internet has a way of exposing you in an extremely raw way. It’s not a natural conversation where I can hear what you think too. Help me put my mind at ease so I don’t feel even more alone after sharing my thoughts. Drop the one-sidedness by commenting and sharing your thoughts and stories too.
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Just helps those Medium algorithms. But also if you’re an avid user of the Medium platform, you’ll see my latest articles.
If you enjoy this content, you can consider supporting what I do through ko-fi. Your support would not only brighten my day, but also provide that little extra motivation to continue writing.
Honestly, I’m already flattered that you took the time to even read this deep into my website and you’re not just glossing over it all. So props to you and your thorough reading.
If you decide to reward my writing too, I guarantee you will trigger a week-long endorphin high from your confidence boost.
Remember that we’re all struggling in our own ways. The world feels upside down and things haven’t gone as planned. You’re expected to feel grateful for what you have, but simultaneously you grieve for the life you had and the expectations not realized. It’s confusing and exhausting. What I’ve learned from this project is everyone feels this way.
So it’s time we go beyond the internet. Connect with your friends. See how they’re doing too. Because we all need to feel a little less alone.
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