Writing

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I Talk About . . .

Abuse
Beauty
Bravery
Chronic Illness
Courtship Failure
Depression / Mental Illness
Divorce
PTSD and Trauma
Suffering
A Survivor’s Life

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Writing There

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The Redbud Post: Three Realities of Singleness
Bronwyn Lea: Words That Melted a Glacier of Emotions
Huffington Post: What It’s Like To Be A Twice-Divorced Mom At 28

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Writing Here

5 Marks of a Priceless Friend
8 Facts of Life with Amnesia
For the Newly Divorced Woman
I Can’t Remember My Wedding
Life as a Survivor
Showing Scars #1: I’m Afraid of the Dark
Showing Scars #2: My Everyday is Never “Normal”
When Illness Shows How Unholy I Am
When Life Won’t Fulfill Our Dreams
Why Emotional Purity is Dangerous
Why I Live Naked
Why I’m Against Calling Anyone “Broken”
When I Wanted Suicide But Didn’t Kill Myself
When My Courtship Failed
When Safety and Danger Blur
Why No One Can Guard Their Heart

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