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Everyone, at every age, can write a story, and you are never too young or old to start. My granddaughter Olivia, who lives in the city, loves animals and she reads and writes about them..
Cultivating compassion for oneself through letter-writing: A helpful and welcome strategy for people with eating disorders
When feeling upset, I write until I no longer feel upset. I write to people to thank them for helping me, and I write to myself in my diary. I write. A lot. In return,..
Getting Better Bite by Bite – in English, German and Korean How story-telling is helping to meet the need for universal eating disorder recovery guidance
Getting Better Bite by Bite is full of clues on how to avoid the traps of self-defeating thought patterns. It contains the tools you need to travel safely along the road to recovery from bulimia and..
Focusing on “now” is good advice, but not when something deep within needs attention. I seemed to have a hole in my soul that I could not fill. It would not allow me to feel..
Have you felt stuck in a situation and not known how to get out? Not known who to call on for help? Have you felt desperate for a solution, but too fearful or ashamed to..
Securing trust when writing a non-fiction story – feeling safe enough to share innermost thoughts and feelings
Securing of trust is essential when recovering from any sort of traumatic experience, and likewise, it is essential when writing a story about the ordeal. Today I will describe the ways in which trust was..