When I started this blog three years ago, I had a vision. I saw a place where I could speak openly about the events, traumas, joys, and successes that women live every day. And though the collection of articles has grown…and grown over the years to become a versatile information pool for the women of the world, something is still missing.
Recently, I’ve really felt somewhat disheartened by the fact that we haven’t reached the masses as originally hoped. I know getting attention on the web is not as easy as some would like you to think; therefore, I’m not exactly beating myself up over the limited traffic we’ve seen. On the contrary, I’m overjoyed by those connections.
I’d like to see more women reached and the content on Women’s Life Link be deeper and more life-changing. By that I mean I want to talk about the hard stuff! The gritty topics that most don’t want to share. The stuff that makes you open up a link when you read the title because it’s exactly what you need to hear, what’s really affected you that day or week! You know what I’m talking about. You see, I realized that the REAL stuff women need may not be as accessible as it should be. Why? Because it’s personal, even embarrassing to discuss with friends, let alone strangers on the web. Well, I’m tired of being afraid to share what’s really on my heart. The “Hard Stuff” needs to be available! Women’s Life Link will begin a new regular column called “The Hard Stuff” that will not hold back on life’s toughest topics. It will be controversial, personal, and full of the grit others won’t talk about. Don’t forget to let a friend know about our upcoming changes! Here’s a little sneak peak of what you’ll see at the new Women’s LifeLink.
The Hard Stuff Preview:
- When Pride Takes Over
- When Organized Religion Destroys
- When Your Marriage Falls Apart
- When You’re Dying Inside
- When You’re Afraid to Get Old
- When You Want More In the Bedroom
- When You’re Kids Are Hurt By Something You Did
- When You’re Broke…I Mean REALLY Broke
- And much, much more…
I need to know what you think about this.
What “hard stuff” do you want to read about?
What things do you have trouble finding on the bookstore shelf or on the net?
How can Women’s Life Link really help you?