No One Does It Alone: My End of Year Thank Yous

End of Year Thank yous


No One Does It Alone

As 2016 comes to a close, I want to express my gratitude for all of my colleagues who contributed to my growth and success this year. No one does it alone! I’ve been fortunate to have some wonderful opportunities to share how self-acceptance and self-love can transform your life with so many more people.



First, I want to thank my colleagues who interviewed me for podcasts and radio programs:

Be sure to check out their programs. They each offer something different and wonderful!


Guest Bloggers

I also extend my gratitude to all of my guest bloggers in 2016. They all brought so much value, knowledge and passion to their writing. It was truly a pleasure to host each and every one of them on my blog!


New Ventures

This year I began a new venture into teaching online blogging classes for therapists and coaches.  I am grateful for the first cohort of students who took my class: Get Noticed! Writng & Blogging for Therapists. I truly appreciate their leap of faith to sign-up and take the class the first time it was offered!


On-Going Supporters, Cheerleaders, & Encouragers

And my continued thanks to:

  • Jeremy McKeen & The Good Men Project and John Grohol & PsychCentral for supporting my writing.
  • Mari Lee for her spot-on coaching, positive energy, and always delivering “above and beyond”.
  • My “Tahoe Tribe” for their friendship, encouragement, and inspiration.


I’m looking forward to new projects, strengthening connections, and continued personal and professional growth in the new year. I wish you all a healthy and successful 2017!


P.S. If you’re interested in writing a guest post for me in 2017 on any of my blogs (,, or Happily Imperfect), get in touch with me 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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