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. Your journal doesn’t need to follow any certain structure. It’s your own private place to discuss and create whatever you want to express your feelings. Don’t worry about spelling mistakes or what other people might think. This week, guest writer Patrick Bailey explores the benefits and pitfalls of technology, and why it’s important for us to put our devices down – even if it’s just for a little while. Participants in the gratitude-focused writing group also showed decreases in negative affect but no improvements in positive affect.
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Here at Body+Mind, we strive to provide you with a supportive community with open communication and expectations. You don’t have to be a psychologist or a mental health professional to write an article for us. Think of Psychreg as digital library within our niche.
Photo by Amelia Bartlett on UnsplashMental health and psychology are popular niches for writers. As a result, competition is tough, and it can be hard to find paid opportunities. Many sites offer unpaid guest post opportunities which are great for marketing your business, but not so good for paying the bills. After scouring the web and conducting some research, I’d like to share my results with you here.
Images must be high-resolution and should be related to the content of your article. And we want to read more books that shape our lives. Don’t just think about ‘reviews.’ Share with us interesting pitches on ‘What to read if…’ or ‘A book that changed me.’ You get the gist. Know someone who is creating a buzz in the mental health space? Pitch that to us, and we would be happy to have a profile or Q&A interview. If you’re not sure how to craft a pitch, or even properly study the publication before pitching, then please watch this free lecture.