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My Pain, Helps You Heal.

When you read the title of the post, what's the first thought that comes to mind?


That's what I would be thinking if I were you as well.

I have always been passionate about writing since I was a little girl and some day soon I will complete and publish my books to share with the world. God willing! God has blessed us with many talents, and writing happens to be one of mine. I mainly write poetry, blog, and I do a lot of journaling. All of which is healing for me. Writing helps me to express so much of what's on my mind and in my heart. So when I release it through a pen, I feel free, relaxed and creative.

I also feel inspired and motivated, because not only am I releasing the pain of an experience, but I'm also releasing a frustrating thought, or even ideas for creativity. In addition to this, I can now share my modality with other's, who too maybe experiencing similar challenges. Of course your experience will differ, because we were all made uniquely, however, our journey's and experiences can share similarities.

So, when I write a poem about a painful childhood memory, or a post about how I learned to implement self-care into my busy schedule, I'm helping you too. I'm sharing information in hopes that something resonates with your or even inspires you.

I remember years ago when I worked in a childcare center, I shared my poetry with some of my colleagues. The poem was not one of a personal experience, but rather a hypothetical one.

I did not disclose this information to my colleagues at the time, but one of my coworker's had thought it was a poem about myself. She shared that she had experienced exactly what had wrote about. That's the beauty of writing! You have the ability to empathize and sympathize with your audience.

Furthermore, as a writer, and a mental health professional, my overall purpose is to produce healing in others by discussing topics aligned with mental health understanding, along with healing modalities. Writing speaks what I feel, and some times saying it just isn't enough!

Thank you for letting me share, post, express and verbalize my thoughts and feelings. As well as share my field of knowledge! I also appreciate you taking the time to listen and comment.

Peace and Blessings,



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