Discovering the Path to Courage

Discovering the Path to Courage

Last week, our online writing group,Writing for Resilience met and focused on the topic of courage. To get started, we drew and discussed mind maps capturing the words we associate with “courage.” Next we wrote, using the prompts I provided. Each of us had our own...
The Write Way to Well-Being

The Write Way to Well-Being

  I feel much more at peace. I didn’t know what to expect, but I got so much confidence from affirmative writing that I was totally calm and clear during my job interviews. I’m sleeping better. I was able to talk with my family about my need for time to use my...
Writing. But Not for School or Work.

Writing. But Not for School or Work.

What’s on your mind these days? When I asked some clients, and others who have a lot in common with my clients “What matters most to you?” responses  included some things I expected to hear – family, work, community, a sense of peace and...
Writing to Help You Appreciate the Good

Writing to Help You Appreciate the Good

\ When something bad happens it doesn’t help much to deny it and try to “look on the bright side” or “just let it go.” Maybe the truth is there isn’t a bright side to this experience and you can’t just will yourself to get over it...

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