I received both membership into the “Mental Health Writers Guild” this week for my blog and also became aware and accepted an award that I have never heard of called “Warrior Child Award”.
Here is more about the “Mental Health Writers Guild”
The “Warrior Child Award”
This is a very special award. As any blogger who has been blogging for a while will know, there are numerous blogging awards out there and quite rightly so.
Blogging Awards are a way of showing caring and compassion and of demonstrating respect for other bloggers work.
Generally speaking when you receive one such blogging award you then, as part of accepting that award, have to nominate a number of other bloggers who you in turn would like to nominate.
Awarded by any member of the Mental Health Writers’ Guild it is awarded without reservation or expectation to any blogger who, in the opinion of that Guild Member, has demonstrated in their writing both the ability to be as strong, determined or brave as a warrior whilst at the same time also showing that they too are as vulnerable as a child.
Please note that whilst the “Warrior Child Award” can only be awarded by Guild members recipients do NOT have to be Mental Health Writers’ Guild Members.
You are also very welcome to join in any competitions that are run and to give out the Warrior Child Award to any blogger whom you feel is deserving of it.
I am awarding this to the following blogs that touch my heart and are struggling as I am:
Now I ask each of these bloggers: who would you like to nominate?
Note Well: The song embedded in the description of the award on the “Warrior” site is actually a Christian song, I am NOT promoting faith or religious views, this song just fits with truths and experiences that are relevant to many people.