Frank McKinley, host of the The Thriving Writer’s Show, was kind enough to interview me about my success on Medium.com. Enjoy!
First things first. What are you going to write on? To enjoy journaling, you want tools that you find pleasurable. I am particular about the pen I use. These days, nothing will do but a Pentel Energel Metal Tip 0.7mm ballpoint. I love the way it glides … and the feeling of the ink saturating the […]
Evoke your creativity. Blossom as a writer and artist. Heal emotionally. Unfold spiritually. This is what you get from The Art of Journaling. As a writer and psychotherapist, I have a unique skill set to offer which I call “Embodied Writing.” You learn to find your words in your body. And you never run out […]
Two reasons why I’m sure you will never run out of ideas: Do you know who Flannery O’Connor is? She wrote a classic called A Good Man Is Hard To Find and after I read that, she had my lifelong love and respect. Flannery O’Connor is known for saying, “Anybody who has survived his childhood has enough […]
It’s embarrassing and it works. But first, a brief story. Writers and psychotherapists, if they’re any good, are both truth-speakers. I know. I’m both. And, honestly, I became a writer and a psychotherapist as legitimate outlets for my over-zealous truth-speaking, which general society did not particularly welcome, due to cultural imperatives such as tact, etiquette, and […]