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Letter’s to Self

Write a love letter to yourself. Write a letter of forgiveness to yourself.

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Journaling: Possibilities

• What are the barriers that get in your way? • What does your “inner voice” say to you? (Negative or positive self-talk?) • How do you view “power” within a relationship? • What is your view on stereotypic roles … Continue reading

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Journaling: Possibilities

What do you want out of life – for yourself and for your children? • What are your hopes, visions, and aspirations? • How far along are you toward achieving these? • What people or personal qualities are helping you … Continue reading

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What Does Writing Do For You ?

Writing also makes you process memories in a different way. You have one idea and then remember another. It’s like each one is a cow in a field, and you have to round them all up. -Micahel J. Fox

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Writing Epiphany

If I wanted to keep writing, I had to learn to do it like Gil did, which was kind of like the way the post office pledge to deliver mail: in spite of any prohibitive conditions, distractions, theoretical constraints. Forget … Continue reading

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