Request for guest-posts

July 20, 2006

If you are interested in writing about your interaction with addiction or with 12-step programs and posting it here, please send me an email at anon.johnc at gmail dot com.  Any information given will be kept strictly confidential and anonymity in posting will be strictly maintained.  Thank you.

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3 Responses to “Request for guest-posts”

  1. Derek Says:

    I just wanted to let you know about our site. It is http://www.ldsar.org. LDS Addiction Recovery has the same purpose really as your blog. We seek to aid our recovery through blogging about our experiences, insights, successes and failures in our recovery. It is setup so members can blog on the 12 steps and on the scriptures although you can also “free blog”. We have only been up for about a month but have 15 members and I’m going to start to hopefully get the word out at different support groups as I can. I, like you, am a recovering addict and have received so much strength and help from the members of LDSAR.org. We have a Loved Ones section for spouses and loved ones to be able to blog. We did this because some spouses (mine included) said they would like to be able to blog about the pain and struggles they are going through and sometimes they didn’t want all the addicts to read their blogs. So Loved Ones can choose to have their blog viewable only by other loved ones. Also, private blogging is available for those really bad days when you’ve just got to get the “bad stuff” out but don’t want to bring others down. We actually have one member, Josh, who was running his own blog and moved all his previous blogs over to LDSAR.org so he could enjoy the “community” aspect of it. I’m not suggesting you do that, (unless you want to, of course) but we would love to have you contribute to our group as well, or at the very least link to us so others who may be interested can find us. Let me know if you do and I’ll get a link on our site to your blog also. There is so much strength in numbers and hopefully you can receive strength from the LDSAR.org members as well.

  2. Derek Says:

    It looks like the URL got a period stuck after it. Just to clarify, the URL is:

    http://www.ldsar.org
    OR
    http://www.ldsaddictionrecovery.org


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