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What Path To Follow?

So dear followers, I have been wondering if I should spin the different post having to do with my Bipolar Disorder off into their own blog, and
thus allow this blog to be brought back into what it was, which as a platform to share my views on different current events and issues that I felt where important. I would like your feed back this matter, I want to know if you think that this blog has become muddled and less pleasurable to fallow because of the those post, or if you think that it has at times gotten to dark for your liking, I would like to know.  Or do you think that spinning off a blog that focuses more on my Bipolar Disorder and my struggles with it is a bad idea I would like to know as well, This is your chance as a reader to help and shape what A North West View as a blog is and the direction that it takes. Bey until next time dear readers. 


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