Healing Through Writing Memoirs

Healing Through Writing Memoirs

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Delve into the profound healing power of writing memoirs with guest Laurie Singer, a licensed marriage and family therapist and author of “You’re Not Crazy: Living With Anxiety, Obsessions and Fetishes.” Discover how writing can serve as a transformative tool for both authors and readers, unlocking a path towards healing and empowerment.

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Today's Guest Laurie Singer

Laurie Singer is a licensed marriage and family therapist and the founder of Laurie Singer Behavioral Sciences, Inc. Based in Camarillo, California, Laurie specializes in utilizing behavioral and cognitive therapies to address mental health issues. She holds postgraduate certification from Kaplan University and a master’s degree in educational psychology from Cal State Northridge. Laurie is also an accomplished endurance athlete and author of “You’re Not Crazy: Living With Anxiety, Obsessions and Fetishes.
Author Laurie Singer

Highlights from Healing Through Writing Memoirs

Actionable Steps to Tell Your Unique Story

Reflect on Personal Experiences

Take a few minutes to reflect on personal experiences or struggles that have shaped your journey as an author. Consider how these experiences can be integrated into your writing to add depth and authenticity to your work.

Practice Positive Self-Talk

Spend a few minutes each day practicing positive self-talk and affirmations to overcome self-doubt and negative thoughts. Remind yourself of your strengths as a writer and the value of sharing your story with others.

Reach Out for Support

Reach out to fellow authors, writing groups, or mentors for support and guidance in your writing journey. Connect with others who share similar experiences or goals and seek advice or feedback to help you grow as a writer.

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