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How Do You Talk to Yourself?

A look at Personal Narrative and how we tell our stories, especially to ourselves

A pen writing once upon a time… a proper beginning
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I overcame 33 years of PTSD, 27 years of addiction, homelessness, and incarceration by changing my Personal Narrative. It requires hard work, a willingness to hurt, and a fair amount of desperation, but I can tell you it is a gauntlet worth running.




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Rex Shadeseagle

Rex Shadeseagle

Author, Podcast Host, Public Speaker, Drug Prevention Specialist. My book, Know Love: A Memoir is now on sale

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