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A Lust for Life, for me, feels very much like a community and it’s a community that I really hope to remain a part of. Once your article is on our site, youcannotpublish the same piece of content on your own site or other sites. However, we would like it if you link to the post from another site. You may summarize the post and share it on your social media accounts, and link to the original article on our site. Thanks for your interest in Psychology India Magazine.

We would really appreciate it if you spread it through your online and offline networks. Thank you for considering writing for us. We accept high-quality, original articles.


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We do not have a recommended word count and will consider the publication of all articles that are sent to us, regardless of their length. We do not publish poems or fiction stories, and we do not consider short first-person accounts of psychological illness or recovery. Psychreg is known for being an easily digestible read, so articles will need to be around 500–1,000 words. “In the year or so since we launched, we’ve also come to realize the power of personal narrative in advancing our mission. A retired Secret Service agent can illuminate the agency’s problems in ways a news story might miss.

Reiteration of the central theme/argument/idea/emotion in the end that was introduced in the introduction would maintain the focus of the article. Need an editor or an expert to make an infographic? Sponsored posts will be paid through PayPal, and will remain active for a period of 12 months. The article acknowledges at the beginning or end that it originally appeared on Blunt Therapy, with a corresponding backlink to the original article, or the Blunt Therapy home page. A canonical link is added back to the URL of the post on Blunt Therapy. Please note that Blunt Therapy is not a forum for personal narratives or poetry.

Profiles are generally 1,200 to 2,000 words. Most of the articles we publish take one of the following forms. Not all articles need to be prescriptive, but they should be solutions-oriented.

They actively seek real-life experiences, original reporting, and personal essays from freelance writers. Other topics include food, health, lifestyle, travel, beauty, etc. We don’t include citations, though we do encourage our writers to mention the journal in which a study was published and/or the study’s author, ideally linking to the abstract of that study.

Now offering professional life coaching servicesto select clients. We want to reach young people aged 15 – 24! Most articles on psychologytoday.com are written by our network of expert authors.

We have received articles from authors at several points in their psychology journey; from undergraduate students to experienced practitioners, academics and professionals. We believe that everyone has the ability to create something amazing. Readers have a right know who is giving them health-related information and what experience, expertise, and/or training that person has that makes them an authority on the subject. Fake names and fake bios are not accepted, either.

Photo by Amelia Bartlett on UnsplashMental health and psychology are popular niches for writers. As a result, competition is tough, and it can be hard to find paid opportunities. Many sites offer unpaid guest post opportunities which are great for marketing your business, but not so good for paying the bills. After scouring the web and conducting some research, I’d like to share my results with you here. Please attach a photo to your submission of your face/headshot. This will be included with your author bio at the bottom of your article when it’s published.