Writing

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The art of writing — and sharing — from your soul

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  • By writing fiction, I was able to express all the creativity pent up in my over-active imagination.
  • By journaling my feelings or writing creative non-fiction, I was able to work through my raging emotions and better cope with my stress and trauma.


And how to overcome them

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Knowing when to push and when to rest

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Photo: Kinga Cichewicz/ Unsplash


The harmful message of “On Writing”

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Photo by Lawrence Aritao on Unsplash


Larry David’s daughter’s neurotic, self-deprecating, insightful debut book reassures that we’re all actually ok

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Photo: Hollywood Reporter


Dealing with the uncertainty of a general anxiety disorder

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Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash


Blogging about my attempts to quit smoking left me feeling exposed.

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Photo by Jonathan Kemper on Unsplash

A Monument to My Addiction


Is this really the perfect title?

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Photo by Jonathan Hoxmark on Unsplash


The pandemic stifles every sense of normalcy in the most profound ways.

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Photo by Arseny Togulev on Unsplash


I need to acknowledge that I’m not a superhuman these days

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Photo by Luis Villasmil on Unsplash

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