Second Chance Post

My article on body image and being fat in America made it into a “Second Chance Post” at a fabulous blog called My Thoughts on a Page. The blogger, Tric, is a stay-at-home mom in Ireland who has a passion for writing and writes some very compelling posts. I love reading her posts because they are always thought-provoking. She also has some really cool series for her readers. This latest, the Second Chance Repost, is an opportunity for bloggers to get specific posts re-posted for a second chance at readership. Tric just posted my article “The Best and Worst of F Words” which appeared in the Good Men Project online magazine back in April. If you missed it then, here’s your second chance. I am thrilled that this is getting another chance to be seen because it’s an all-important topic and deserves a conversation. I hope you’ll give it a read if you missed it the first time around. And by all means, please join in the conversation and let us hear your thoughts on the subject.

While you’re there, be sure to bookmark Tric’s blog, My Thoughts on a Page. I’m sure you’ll enjoy it as much as I do and become a regular follower.

And thanks a million Tric, for a second chance to get my voice heard on a topic that is near and dear to my heart!



2 thoughts on “Second Chance Post

  1. I was delighted to feature this post. As you say,, “it deserves a conversation”. A very important post indeed. Well done you, and thank you for the mention.


  2. That’s fantastic! You know how much I love that original post! I checked her site and like it very much–thanks for sharing and I’m so happy for you to be able to expand your audience 🙂


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