I’ve been thinking about my own glioma brain for a while now and I’ve finally got a real reason to continue putting my thoughts and emotions out there about it. I’m going to start a blog about it so I don’t forget about it.
Ive made this up, but it has to go on here.
I will be posting my own blog about my glioma brain on every day of the week. At first itll be a blog about my own brain and my daily life, but gradually my blog will take on a life of its own and I will also be writing about other people’s gliomas as well.
The glioma blog does have a life of its own. First it was a diary, then it got an e-mailing list, and we now have the blog site itself. You can write a blog about your own brain, then upload the blog to the blog site and use it as a link to your own blog. Or use it as a link to your own blog site.
The blog does also have a life of its own. First it was a diary, then it got an e-mailing list, and then you can now write about gliomas as well. The blog has a life of its own. First it was a diary, then it got an e-mailing list, and now you can write about gliomas as well. The blog does have a life of its own.
I thought glioma blogs were a thing of the past. Even though they have really come into their own with the advent of blogs, I think there are still a few glioma bloggers out there. I’ve also noticed that some glioma blogs are actually more about the patients than the disease. I’ve written about my own glioma, and I’ve written about other people’s gliomas.
I agree with some of your thoughts. Some glioma blogs I read are actually more about the patients than the disease. That was my take on the post I wrote on my own blog. In some instances this makes sense. But it can also be a form of self-punishment. People who write about themselves, their disease, and their treatments, may be afraid that they won’t receive the same kind of attention that they do.
And I also agree that writing about the disease is great and helpful because it allows others to reach out if they feel that the disease affects them. But many of them aren’t dealing with this disease and they’re posting about it out of a fear of what people will think. I think that’s a good thing.
There are many blogs out there that do this. They may be written by people who are sick with a disease, or they may be written by friends and family members who want to help spread awareness about their loved ones who have the disease. They may also be written by people who are just venting, or they may be written by people who just need a place to vent their anger. Whatever the case, they tend to focus on the disease.
Blogs are basically self-serving, or so I assume. They exist to give voice to the people who have the disease, to raise issues about it, and hopefully get some people to take action for themselves. But they are also a place where I tend to think people who are sick with a disease feel they can vent their anger without feeling like they’re being judged or stigmatized.