I’ve posted big articles every day, each one of which took 3-4 hours to write.
And I’ve been working on the Social Anxiety Disorder (Social Phobia) reference article, and am almost finished (30 hours and counting). I hope to have it up by Monday.
Most of you know — or can find out quickly — that Anxiety, Panic & Health passed its one month anniversary yesterday, July 25th. I’m proud to say that the site has had over 1500 page views during that time. Some of the more popular articles have been read over 100 times! You can see a list of the most popular articles on the right sidebar.
The How of Happiness
Gary Farrow has another article of note this week, Our Conversation with Author Sonja Lyubomirsky: On Happiness and Depression. She is the author of The How of Happiness: A Scientific Approach to Getting the Life You Want. If you want to know more about the book, Adventures in Reading has a (long) article entitled “The How of Happiness: Chapter by Chapter.”
I’ve been thinking very hard about how this website looks. The appearance is governed by what is called a “theme.” Before starting this site, I must have looked at 200 themes, from garish to bland to bizarre.
The theme that you see seemed to be the best, but I’ve never been completely satisfied with it. It’s a little dark, and seems to me to impart the wrong message. I want this site to offer hope and ways to live with health, wellness and wholeness, not a feeling of gloom!
I can tinker with the theme, or I can try to find a better one. Tinkering takes a lot of time, which I’d rather spend researching and writing quality articles.
I’ll be having a survey soon to let you help me decide what to do!
If you have any thoughts, I’d appreciate your writing a comment.
Articles I’m preparing now include:
- The Brain Cells Related to Fear Identified
- Shyness or Social Phobia?
- Victimization and Self-Victimization
- 8 Ways to Make Yourself a First-Class Worrier
I’m also getting an article about subscribing to this blog ready. Many of my readers may not know what RSS or subscribing is all about. The article will not be a regular post, but will be found under the subscribe buttons on the left hand sidebar.
Have a great weekend!
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