Blogger Interview with Christina!

Hey guys! Welcome or welcome back to Whispering Stories!

Today I’ll be interviewing a blogger who talks about mental health on her blog- A topic that has a lot of stigma around it, but is a super important part of every individual’s life. I welcome Christina @Webb Blogs on my blog, and am super excited to have her here!

R- Tell my readers something about you and your blog.

C- Hi, thank you so much for having me.  This is my first interview and I’m really excited!  My name is Christina and I started my blog in January of this year. I mainly write about life with mental health issues. I have OCD and severe panic attacks.  When I started my blog not many people knew I had OCD. I kept it a secret for many years. Now everyone knows and it feels good to let it out and not hide it anymore. Living with OCD has been a real struggle. I started blogging hoping that if I talked about it I would learn how to live a happier more fulfilling life. I also want to spread awareness and educate those that don’t know what OCD is. 

R- Well, I hope blogging about it helped you! What is your most favourite and least favourite part about blogging?

C- One of thing I love most about my blog is the awesome feedback.  I have had people write me and say how much it has helped them to feel not so alone. So many people suffer in silence and I try to encourage everyone to speak up and reach out. Nobody should go through it alone.  To answer the second part of your question, I guess the thing I like least about blogging is how hard it is to get new followers.  But I do love and appreciate the ones I do have.

R- Oh, I see. Where do you see yourself 5 years from now?

C- In 5 years from now I hope I am able to travel out of my comfort zone.  Right now I barely leave the town I live in because of my panic attacks.  Blogging is helping me to make goals and I’m also learning how to take the tiny steps in completing those goals.

R- I hope you are able to travel the world one day! And I am glad you are progressing. What do you love to do when you’re alone?

C- OK, so this is a little embarrassing to admit but I like watching Disney movies.  They are always positive and uplifting and also there’s always a good ending. 

R- That’s not embarrassing at all! I love Disney movies and I think I’ll always love them! If you were to get a tattoo, where would it be and what would it be?

C-  I don’t have any tattoos but if I were to get one it would be something to do with my boys. Maybe a heart with their names or their names around my ankle.

R- Ooh, that sounds nice! If you were to choose one food to eat for the rest of your life, what would it be?

C- I absolutely love chocolate chip ice-cream.  As a matter of fact I’m eating a bowl right now. 

R- Yum! Okay, dogs or cats?

C- Dogs

R- Yay! Lastly, how was your experience of doing this and what’s your feedback for my blog in general?

C- This has been such a great experience for me. Thank you so much for this opportunity.  Your blog is wonderful, I am so glad I came across it.

R- Thank you so much Christina, it was a pleasure and an honour having you here!


That’s it for today people! What is a mental health issue you have, or feel like it isn’t talked about enough? Let me know your views in the comments!

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  1. Great interview, I follow your blog Christina and like your personal voice you reveal through your writing. I hadn’t known about OCD but understood panic attacks. Myself I have bipolar disorder and it helps to write about it too.

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