Self-Care for Writing About Trauma and Other Difficult Experiences

Tips from a trauma practitioner and writer on how to turn your writing practice into a healing practice.

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Your past can feel like a big tangle of cords and wires, each memory wound around another. In slowing down to write about them you can unwind them, and loosen tight couplings that…

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Trauma-informed personal trainer and author of Lifting Heavy Things.

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Laura Khoudari

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Trauma-informed personal trainer and author of Lifting Heavy Things.

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