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Dear Ones, First off, if you have any questions about anything you find below, ask. I will respond in comments. Here goes! I teach expressive writing as a way to release and recover from trauma. Expressive writing allows us to recognize and let go of pain we carry in our bodies. It is an incredibly powerful tool for survivors. I practice expressive writing with survivors of familial violence, war, abuse, grief and more. If you are stuck, struggling or just looking for access to greater joy, I would love to

Dear Readers, Is everyone out there having a happy apocalypse? I know I am. What’s better than being quarantined and out of every job except the one where I write? Actually, let me tell you. The pressure to write is higher than it’s ever been before. I’m fatigued by the number of congratulations I’ve gotten from well-meaning individuals who are certain this is the time during which I will f i n a l l y crank out that novel. Jokes on them. I produced a short story collection, three

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