Five Questions to Help You Take Action

Five Questions to Help You Take Action

    Why we need to take action (photo credit: By Cameron Strandberg from Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, Canada) I’ve been angry these past weeks. And under that anger is also fear and sadness. But instead of letting that stop me, I’m trying to let those...
Taking Meaningful Action

Taking Meaningful Action

  I want to write a slightly different post today. I talk a lot about the power of our voices and the ways in which, when we are centered, we can take more meaningful action. One of the questions I often wonder about and find myself in conversation about is how...
A Free Writing Resource For You

A Free Writing Resource For You

  Many years ago, when I was writing my dissertation and struggling with the section I was working on, a friend reminded me that Thomas Mann once said, a writer is someone for whom writing is more difficult than for other people.   This quote helped me: it...

June 11th, 2018

  Last week Gabriel graduated from high school! I have a lot of emotions. Writing, as usual, helps, and so I’ve taken out my journal again. When Gabriel and Simone were babies and toddlers, I kept pretty good journals about what they were doing and how it was to...
The Power of Healing Narratives

The Power of Healing Narratives

  Most of the literature that we read and the news that we consume is dominated by trauma. Indeed, it’s almost as if “news” and “stories” are defined by their trauma quotient: if there is nothing violent, tragic or disruptive, there...

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