What is Mhasl.me???
Mhasl.me stands for Mental Health Affects Someone Like Me and is fundamentally a Collaborative Blogging Site for those that want to come together and share their stories around any and all areas of Mental Health, including but not limited to, personal accounts of living with recognised and diagnosed mental health aliments, accounts of living with and supporting those with mental health aliments, tips and tricks to manage with your mental health, and lastly pointers towards support articles and ways to find support and how to approach things if you think you may be suffering from one of the many different forms of mental health aliments.
Mhasl.me (or simply mhasl, as it will be most commonly known) is currently under construction to ensure that we can deliver a great experience to all that decide that they want to be involved, and as such we are looking for you to help us with promoting the site for when we do go live.
You can follow @mhasl_me on twitter and on Facebook where we will make start to make some announcements about progress on the sites construction as we get closer to the go live date.
If you want to get involved with the site and perhaps look to publish some articles on here then please fill in this form so that we can look to get in touch with you in the near future.
Please share the word using the #mhasl & #mentalhealth hashtags and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for upcoming updates.
So what is the Idea behind Mhasl.me?
Mhasl is fundamentally a place where any and all stories around many different aspects of Mental Health can be shared, and as such has a vision to become a centralised platform for bloggers to share their stories and provide an opportunity for them blog here but also provide the opportunity to promote their own personal blogs too. It will also form a directory of other bloggers that but also for them to find others that they can follow as well, which has the resulting knock on effect of growing your network of like-minded bloggers.
However mhasl is behind the scenes a grass-roots movement to connect and showcase that no matter what walk of life you come from, you can have a less than perfect mental health and still be successful in life and this is one of the principle goals of this community for future generations to be able to see that they too can manage to live with their own mental health aliments.
Therefore the purpose behind mhasl is to foster a wide and engaging set of encouraging stories, hints, tips & tricks that can go on to help those manage their own self care and reduce some of the wider and often silent social issues that
The intent is reduce the stigma behind talking & writing about mental health and provide those that may be willing to write/talk the opportunity to do so in a supporting manner,
So if you like writing, and want to be involved in a growing community of bloggers please fill in this following form - Submission of interest in the Mhasl.Me (Mental Health Affects Someone Like Me) blog site