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A Marriage and Family Therapist: Breast Cancer at 24 and How it Affected Her Family (PART 1)

Hi! My name is Aly Taylor, and I am honored to contribute to this blog. I contribute weekly to my own blog, “Aly’s fight” ( 862 more words

Marriage And Family Therapy

Memoir or Revenge

Memoir is among my favorite work to read and write.
No matter how ordinary, there is something quite wonderful about a life well lived, well loved and well told. 711 more words

Responsible Writing

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Notice the Moment

A couple of weeks ago I had the honor of presenting a writer’s workshop to parents of transgender kids. “Telling your story, one moment at a time,” was the title. 489 more words


Redeeming Love

I recently reread the book “Redeeming Love” by Francine Rivers.  I read it many years ago when I was still “doing church”, and, not yet, understanding “true relationship with Christ”.   780 more words


Public Employees and the Path to Resilience

Knowing your organization’s story and why it’s important can go a long way toward helping workers cope with change.

Resilience — the ability to bounce back from a significant challenge — is on many professionals’ minds these days. 672 more words

We Don't ALWAYS need the Healing or Blurring Brush to be Beautiful

Twenty minutes ago, I opened the front door of my house and contemplated throwing the very laptop I am writing this on, out into the yard and stomping on it while I spew f-bombs at the top of my lungs.   713 more words

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Wanna Write?

Since I began sharing the news of my first book with my family members and friends, I’ve heard several of them say, “That’s something I hoped to do some day”.  432 more words

Author Joy Outlaw