Arts is the hero in this story

I can’t imagine a life untouched by drama, art, poetry and music and, thankfully, I don’t have to” says Chiana Oh of Cheep&ChiChi. Miss Oh talks about her life with arts and how much good it has done! You can read her beautiful post here:


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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:


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For LOVE of Books!

Looking for that first edition of Catcher in the Rye? Maybe a beautiful historical text of Aesop’s Fables? Chiana Oh of Cheep & ChiChi blog has some great links for you to check out. She is a lover of used second hand books and has some wonderful resources for you to discover. Click her for all the information:

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Cruella de Vil

Chiana Oh sports the Cruella de Vil costume to get your attention. Her blog, Cheep & ChiChi, offers up some valuable information on Puppy Farms (the UK version of Puppy Mills). This includes a video, links and some great advice. To check out her post, click here:

More information is coming from the Concerned Bloggers Association on Puppy Farms. Stick around.

Cyclothymic Disorder

I had never heard of Cyclothymic Disorder until I met Chiana Oh. Her blog Cheep & ChiChi is the newest member to join the Concerned Bloggers team. Her post for the Mental Health Awareness month is hauntingly realistic. You can read the full post here:

Please keep checking back for posts on mental health. We love to have you around.