October’s Featured Blogger: Looking for the Light

My Interview with Melinda on Art by Rob Goldstein

Art by Rob Goldstein

Our featured blogger for October is blogger, artist and mental health advocate, Melinda Sandor of the Looking for the Light Blog.

Melinda is also the driving force behindSURVIVORS BLOG HERE, a collaborative of online mental health advocates who write and make art.

If you have questions about in joining the Survivors Blog, send a tweet to @SurvivorsBlog2.

Digital painting of a bridgr in muted tones by Melinda SandorHarbor Bridge by Melinda Sandor

When did you decide to start your blog?

I started my first blog, Defining Memories, in 2005 when my Granny had a stroke. Defining Memories was an outlet for the pain and frustration of caring for my grandmother.

Why did you name your blog the โ€˜Looking for the Light Blogโ€™?

I wanted to find me. I have a psychiatric diagnosis, heart disease and for the last four years Chronic Lyme disease. To move beyond illness I decided to write about other topics. Iโ€ฆ

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18 comments

      • I’m to critical with myself, it was a honor to have my first interview done by you. I know who I want to interview in the group. Now it’s getting an agreement. It’s looks like you and I are the interviewing bloggers. Casey would do an awesome interview when she’s slows down some. It is a lot of fun and I know so little personal about most. I’m em you with questions about MS. Super Huge Hugs!
        Gavin would do or be a great interview!
        M

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