Memo To Bill Keller: This Is Why Patients Blog About Illness WBUR Our paper, “Communicating the Experience of Chronic Illness and Pain through Blogging,” which was published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research in October 2012, remains one…
I’ve also noticed this growing trend. Writing is such a powerful tool. It can be very cathartic, a great way to connect with other people, share how you are feeling without coming across like a whinger. Also a great way to make contact with people who may be in similar situations.
There are so many reasons to blog. This is a good one.
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