Guest Posts – Spreading The Word About Liver Disease

Spreading The Word About Liver Disease

Spreading the word about liver disease is not an easy task considering the stigma attached and the complexity of the many illness that are associated with having a liver disease.

I have been lucky enough to write for some very interesting and educational blog sites as you will see below. Furthermore, thanks to the kindness shown from each of the blog site owners in allowing me to write for them, they have helped me to be able to continue spreading the word about liver disease further afield and also to be able to throw my net out into the big wide world.


The firSpreading The Word About Liver Diseasest guest post was written for Sassy who is the owner of the website www.thinkingoutloud-sassystyle.com. At the time of writing the post Sassy is 26 and lives near London.

Sassy is a disability and lifestyle blogger intent on raising awareness of all disabilities, including invisible and mental illness. The guest post written for Sassy is an introduction to my blog and life story about having a long-term liver disease known as Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC).

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Spreading The Word About Liver DiseaseMy next guest blog post was written for Marlena Smith who lives in Alabama USA and owns the website mylife428.wordpress.com.

Writing has always been Marlena’s passion and she wears many hats including: ¬†writer, author, blogger, freelancer, reader, reviewer, researcher, paranormal enthusiast and traveler.

The post I wrote for Marlena highlights my blog and life story about having a long-term liver disease known as Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC).

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Spreading The Word About Liver DiseaseIn January of 2018 I was lucky enough to write another guest post. This time the post was written for Karin Brauner who originates from Guatemala, but moved to the UK in 2006.

Karin is a counselling, mental health and self-care blogger over at Insights…from the desk of Karin Brauner www.kbraunercounselling.blog.

Karin is also a CELTA certified English tutor as well as teaching Spanish and working as a counsellor.

https://kbspanishlessons.teachable.com

www.k-brauner-counselling.co.uk

The post written for Karin is about self-care while having a long-term illness Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC).

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