David Cameron says “hi.”

Kitti Wytchwood writes about her love of the theater! She has her degree in the Visual Arts in the United Kingdom and has only inspiration to draw from her work. “SAVE THE ARTS. Encourage your children. Petition the local schools. Write to David Cameron.” I’m sure Mr. Cameron would love that! You can read her full story here: http://kittiwytchwood.blogspot.co.uk/2013/01/something-to-say-save-arts.html

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Add Concerned Bloggers Association to your blogroll and you won’t regret it. Suddenly, good karma will come your way and flowers will grow under your feet!
Okay. Maybe not the flowers bit, but definitely good karma will come your way!

UK Suicide Hotline

Chiana Oh writes an amazing post on Suicide Awareness and Prevention. She begins with her own family and the confusion caused by suicide. With the holidays fast approaching, Chiana gives you some inworld groups for help. Click here to read her full blog post: http://cheepandchichi.wordpress.com/2012/12/05/concerned-bloggers-association-suicide/

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If you or a loved one in the UK is suffering and in need of help. Please contact the UK Suicide Hotline. The numbers are: 08457 90 90 90* (UK) 1850 60 90 90* (ROI). The Concerned Bloggers would be lost without you.

Bravery + Holding Hands = Strength

According to the NHS Give Blood website, 96% of us in England and North Wales rely on the other 4% to give blood. That doesn’t really seem right, does it?Kitti Wytchwood says in her most recent blog post about Giving Blood. Admittedly, if you’re a bit weak in the knees when it comes to blood donation it is a hard thing to do. However, going with a friend really makes it all worth it: http://kittiwytchwood.blogspot.co.uk/2012/11/something-to-say-lets-be-brave-together.html

More on Blood Donation from the Concerned Bloggers Association all month. If you would like to see us discuss a topic near and dear to you: just let us know! We would love to hear from you.

Listen up UK

Kitti Wytchwood, our newest Concerned Blogger, has something to say about Autism. British born, Kitti offers of up some valuable information on Autism in the UK. You can check out her blog post on “If You Die in SL…” here: http://kittiwytchwood.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/getting-real-autism.html

We’ll be discussing more on Autism throughout the month of April, so stay tuned.

New Post on PARTHENOID!

Wondering about the perfect Christmas Gift? Well, look no further. Sian Pearl clears everything up on her blog PARTHENOID. Read all about it here: http://parthenoid.blogspot.com/2011/12/concerned-bloggers-association-xmas.html

Next Month on Concerned Bloggers Association we will be talking about Cancer Screening: What happens? Where to go? and if it hurts!