I’ve been enjoying some quality time with my family over the Christmas holiday, so no in depth post this week. Just a quick review of another year of blogging at LwL.
It’s been a good year. Visitor numbers have continued to grow month on month, which suggests more and more people are discovering us, but sadly also means there’s no obvious limit yet to the number of limerents needing help.
2019 saw the launch of the emergency deprogramming course, which has helped a lot of people, and put the principles of recovery (which can end up feeling a bit piecemeal on the site) into a finely honed plan – for those who are serious about taking urgent action. I plan to launch version 2.0 of the course in 2020 to make it even better. More info to follow soon (and everyone on the current course will, naturally, get a free upgrade).
Finally, in a last minute rush, I finished The Inevitable Book Project just before Christmas. Phew. It is now with an editor, and is on course to be published early in the new year.
So, a good 2019, with some key targets met, and a renewed sense of purpose for growing Living with Limerence in the coming year!
Many thanks to all the commenters, visitors, students, old friends and new, who have added so much value to the community, and made running this place so rewarding for me. I hope you are all enjoying this holiday period, however you celebrate it (or even if you don’t). See you in 2020!