Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Over 300,000 times, thank you.
Why 300,000 thank you’s?
Because over the years of this blog, there have already been over 300,000 views from you, the readers.
And 2011, the quietest year having by far the fewest new posts and the fewest comments, still had the most views of any single calendar year!
These are amazing numbers to me. I am truly blown away by the continued reading and ongoing support of the Discussing Dissociation blog, so thank you.
I truly appreciate you all.
Copyright © 2008-2017 Kathy Broady MSW and Discussing Dissociation
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Kathy Broady says
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I did! I did! I did!
Good to hear from you, ohevet. 🙂
OH and guess what… ?!! We have significantly passed 400,000 views now.!! THANKS to everyone!
Any ideas on how to encourage all our depressed parts to take our meds…we know one body… but it does make a differance who it out or who takes the meds bl**d/lab work fluctuates as does depression levels.
IPster……. Good to hear from you! Hope all is well.
Kathy Broady says
🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
Y’all make me smile. 🙂
It’s good to hear from each of you…. 🙂
its so good to hear from you guys!!!!!! thanks so much for saying hi its made my day (:
Hey Vicki… I’m doing ok. Sorry to hear you are struggling. I think about you and the others often.
HI Meigster! WAZZzz up? 🙂 Hope you are well!
HI Vickilost, keep your head up!
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It’s really good to hear from you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I hope things are going ok for you. I want to say Hi to SF ones too.
Just want to say hi to all my SF friends.
I am glad to see you write here again. I thought you might not come back. I still read here often. I check everyday. Don;t want to say anything but i will be watcvhing
We preseat you kafy
We miss you
The thanks go to you as well – you have supported many, even in your apparent absence – through your heartfelt writings. I know I have learned from this blog.
Life-changing insights, which were for the most part unavailable – and validation, were all present.
Thanks – and glad you are back.
I love this blog. It’s one of the fwe places where I feel truly understood. Even in my therapy which has ben life changing I do not feel my therapist has ever really understood the DID aspects of me in the way you do Kathy. I know I’ve said it before but I am so pleased you are back.