Are You Anxious About Blogging?

Blog Writing Anxiety - Do you feel anxious about blogging?


Are you anxious about blogging?

A lot of therapists feel anxious about blogging. It can be a bit intimidating when you’re first getting started, but I assure you that you can overcome your blog writing anxiety.

Do you wonder if you’re a good writer?

Do you hesitate every time you go to push publish?

Or maybe you question whether you have anything important to say. Haven’t all the good blog topics already been covered?

Well, maybe, but they haven’t been written by you! You have your own perspective and own unique way to conveying things. It’s OK that there are already 5000 posts on about reducing anxiety with meditation because you bring your experience and knowledge and authentic voice to your own writing.

Do you worry about whether people will like your writing? What if people write nasty comments and criticize your writing?

You can handle it! You can learn to not take it personally. You can learn to tolerate rejection and criticism. You can learn whether to engage or whether to ignore the nay-sayers.

Would you like to join a blogging class for therapists?

If you feel anxious about blogging and writing, please consider joining my blogging class for therapists and coaches. It’s a small class, filled with lots of support and practice. You can find more info and sign-up info here.


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Sharon Martin has a passion for clinical supervision, mentoring new social workers, blogging, and reading all things social work related. She is a California Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 20 years in the field. Sharon has worked extensively in Bay Area non-profits and successfully runs a private counseling practice in San Jose. Sharon writes regularly for PsychCentral and the Good Men Project. She's also the author of The CBT Workbook for Perfectionism.

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