(c) 2014 by Deah Curry PhD
Lately some of my website-build clients have felt stuck when it comes to blogging. You all know it’s a good marketing method, that it helps get traffic to your website, and that Google loves fresh content on a frequent basis. But psychologists, social workers, couples counselors, marriage therapists, and coaches all tell me that you just don’t know what to write.
Maybe this will help. Here are 5 ideas for topics, titles, and subheads that should fit many private practices. Pick and choose from among the proposed subheads – you might not want to use all of them, or your writing might take you elsewhere, and that’s good. Just use these to spark your writing.
Note – be sure to tweak title and subhead wording a bit so that you are creating unique client and SEO attractors for your blog. Oh, and hint….. each of these subheads could also make a nice blog title.
Breaking Rules – the Right Ones, the Right Way
Rule Keeping as Thoughtless Habit
Rule Keeping as Social Control
Rule Keeping as Self-Imposed Limitations
Rules that Need Breaking
Breaking Rules with Chutzpah
Dealing with Rule Breaker Nerves
Are You an Emotional Abuser?
Wounds from Emotional Abuse May Fester Forever
How Parents Emotionally Abuse Their Kids
How Spouses and Friends Emotionally Abuse Each Other
Think Before You Tease, or Criticize
Why Feeling Mad, Sad, or Afraid is a Good Thing
Avoiding Difficult Feelings Creates Problems
It’s Not Just Okay to Feel, It’s Important to Wholeness
Feelings Aren’t the Enemy, Irrational Reactivity Is
How to Express Feelings Productively
Love Your Kids? Let Them Fail
Secrets and Lies that may Preserve Your Marriage
The Unvarnished Truth is Not Always Kind
You Don’t Have to Say Every Thought You Think
Types of Secrets to Keep to Yourself
The One Lie to Never Tell
Use one or more of these ideas in July and let me know. I'd love to see how you develop a blog post to your advantage from these stimulators.