Affiliate links disclosure
Posts on this blog may contain affiliate links. This means that I may include links in my posts that take you to another website where you can make a purchase.
Please note the following:
1) You do not pay any more because you’ve clicked my link. It’s the same price as if you just went to the website, but this way the seller may pay me a small commission if you make a purchase via my link. This helps me to keep this blog running.
2) I have no control over the quality of any linked product, or anything related to its purchase. That is entirely the responsibility of the seller. If something ends up being wrong with your purchase, please contact the seller, not me, as I have no power to do anything about it.
3) When it comes to linked products, I may or may not have personally bought or used the product. All recommendations are suggestions only. That being said, I will only recommend a product if I genuinely believe it could be useful.
If you have any questions about my affiliate links, please feel free to email me at email@example.com with the subject line “Affiliate link query”.
Although I have years of lived experience of mental illness and I have completed some training on mental health, I am not a medical/mental health professional and I have have no medical qualifications.
All opinions stated in on this blog are just that: opinions, based on my own lived experience and research. I do my absolute best to only include accurate information from reputable sources, and to include links to sources within blog posts. However, I cannot be held responsible for mistakenly including incorrect or out-of-date information. It is the responsibility of the reader to fact-check and consult with a medical/mental health professional as necessary.
If you have any questions about this medical disclaimer, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Medical disclaimer query”.