Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Treatment Tuesday and a Little Aside


I realize that most of my posts on this blog have essentially been directing you to my other blog, The Character Therapist. The reason for this--for those who don't know--is because I recently moved BACK to California and took a new full-time job as the director of clinical services for a non-profit there.

I've been so busy learning the ropes and getting adjusted to working full time (after having been a stay-at-home mom almost 2 years) that when I come home, I barely have enough motivation to keep hammering out my Character Therapy posts as well as the various articles I write for publication monthly.

So this is the reason for my absence on this blog, as well as my absence from commenting on many of yours. I miss you all. I do. But this is what I have to do for right now.

If you want to stay in touch with me, then come on over and follow me on The Character Therapist. I frequently write back to my commenters there, and often have mini "sessions" with authors who write in Tuesdays, which is a lot of fun. Today, I'm working on explaining to writers how to write bipolar in your manuscripts in believable ways, so click on over.

Again, I miss you all so much. I miss your comments. I miss writing! But I know this is just a season!

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5 comments:

Jessica said...

Totally understand Jeannie. :-) I can't imagine trying to handle one blog with a full-time job, let alone two.

Heather Sunseri said...

Hey, Jeannie! I totally get this! I follow your other blog as well. But I understand the dificulty of keeping up blogging, writing, full-time job, parenting, etc... I'm glad we get to visit on Twitter every so often, and I'm glad you and your family were okay after the quake the other day. Hang in there! My job is full-time Jan through April, so I will struggle to comment on blogs every time, but I do continue to read them inside my Reader every night.

Tara McClendon said...

Congratulations on the new position. What an exciting time.

Jody Hedlund said...

Miss you too, Jeannie! But you can only handle so much. Just take it easy and focus on your new job and your family! Life will even out eventually!

Natalie said...

Sounds like your life is a little crazy right now! I hope things go well with your new job. I'll go follow The Character Therapist. :)