When it comes to writing an article or guest blog about narcissism (and its many rotten bedfellows)...
I believe it should be treated like any other product.
It can't be boring...
That's why the articles I write about narcissism contain real-life stories, humor, tongue-in-cheek sarcasm and the kind of contractions, clichés and slang we use in everyday conversation.
I don't give a book report or a scholastic lecture. That's boring.
I just have a conversation with the reader, exactly as I would over coffee, in my slightly flamboyant way.
And it's working! I've lost track of the number of positive comments I've received on my humorous, shockingly honest and sometimes irreverent style.
People just seem to "click" with it! I've noticed they learn more and have more "aha" moments from my weird stories about actual narcissism and narcissistic abuse than they would from a literary description of narcissistic abuse. This is what I want to contribute to your site as well.
It's gotta flow...
...and that's why my articles come pre-formatted with subheadings, bullet points and other formatting effects so they're not one long, boring page of text.
I include quotes, poetry, sprinkle in a little Shakespeare and often include "recommended reading."
And we mustn't forget the use of graphics either. Most of the artwork I use comes from flickr (commercial use allowed.) The pictures I choose are carefully matched to the content they illustrate.
I always think graphics give an article more excitement and make it easier to read.
Marketing the article...
But what is a product without marketing!? The hyperlink to every article I write is "blasted out" on every social media known to man and my email subscribers.
Does it stop there? No indeed!
A good product deserves good "Customer Service." If someone took the time to read my article and reply, the least I can do is "like" and usually "reply" to their comment in return.
They're probably a hurting person, reeling from decades of narcissistic abuse in their own life. This is why I spend hours replying to the comments on my articles.
I've gained more from the wisdom my readers share with me than I can ever hope to give back in my articles. What a blessing!
So, whaddya say?
If you're interested, please contact me either via email or by using the handy-dandy form above. Let's talk and see what I can contribute for the health and healing of your readers!