The Run.Rabbit.Run. PTSD award

I have been nominated for this wonderful blog by the extremely courageous dbestptsdblog

This blog is about the brave journey of someone battling with ptsd and I think it is incredibly inspiring! Thanks so much!



Thank the blog who nominated you, share the link and award on your blog.

Write a brief story on how you started blogging and

any advice you would give to a new blogger.

Select nominees (max 15)

Advise nominees.

How I started writing my blog:  This blog was created after I finished my training as a Cognitive Behavioural Coach. I wanted to reach out to people via this platform, as it also helped me immensely through my own healing. I help people to deal with the trauma from narcissistic abuse & dysfunctional families. I also encourage people to be gentle with themselves and practice self-compassion.

Advice to a new blogger:  Interact and spread the love. Always be kind & generous with your comments.

I would like to nominate the following for the Run.Rabbit.Run. PTSD Award: (previously known as the Blogger Recognition Award).

I think these bloggers are very inspiring, so please check them out ❤

Amanda Wilson

Much love Athina ♥

Blogger recognition award-I am humbled!


This blog post today is to officially accept my nomination for the ‘Blogger recognition award‘ by the lovely

I am very humbled by the nomination, especially as this blogger is a mental health blogger. She writes about her own experience with depression & anxiety, offers tips on what helped her and this is very useful for others who also struggle and might find some solace in her writings.



Rules for participating in the Blogger Recognition Award

Thank the blogger who nominated you and provide a link to their blog.
Write a post to show your award.

Attach the award to the post.

Give a brief story on how your blog started.

Give a piece of advice or two to new bloggers.

Select 15 other blogs you want to give the award to.

Comment on each blog and let them know you nominated them


If you have the time to interact with your followers, then do so.

If you are able to keep an open mind and be encouraging and positive, then do so.

Make sure you write an  ABOUT ME section on your blog, as it gives the reader a little background on who you are and why you write. I find this very important when checking out new blogs as I feel better connected to the content when I know a little about the writer.


This blog is all about sharing free information to help those of you affected by mental illness, abuse from dysfunctional relationships and for those of you who are also interested in personal coaching. This blog is a result of my recent qualification as a life coach and I would be humbled to reach many more people that might need coaching to make changes in their lives. My particular focus is promoting self-care, self-compassion, changing negative thinking patterns & assisting anyone who is struggling with dysfunctional relationships and needs to break free. I create videos on YouTube which are also aimed at providing free advice on many different topics and I hope to help people in the same way I was helped over the years by mental health professionals & other empathetic people


The 15 bloggers I will nominate are inspiring & courageous! Check them out!