Transforming Memories: Spontaneous Writing Using Loaded Words by Liz CrockerTransforming Memories: Spontaneous Writing Using Loaded Words by Liz Crocker

Transforming Memories: Spontaneous Writing Using Loaded Words

byLiz Crocker, Polly Bennell, Holly Book

Paperback | April 1, 2017

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From different families and different childhoods, three women remember and speak out about the secrecy, silence, and shame of having an alcoholic parent. Through spontaneous writing with “loaded words” and person-to-person sharing, the women embarked on a transformative journey in which painful images were brought to light, were accepted, and became less painful. Transforming Memories is a collection of their healing writings and an invitation to others, whatever their past burdens, to use the technique of spontaneous writing to reveal difficult memories more clearly. 
Author of the award winning Privileged Presence: Personal Stories of Connections in Health Care, Liz Crocker owns Canada’s oldest children’s bookstore and holds leadership positions with a number of healthcare and cultural organizations. Polly Bennell has a life-coaching practice for writers. Holly Book ministers to the homeless and th...
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Title:Transforming Memories: Spontaneous Writing Using Loaded WordsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:174 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.4 inPublished:April 1, 2017Publisher:Bull Publishing CompanyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1936693925

ISBN - 13:9781936693924

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"Transforming Memories gives the reader potent tools to face the past that haunts us, and enables us to make vital course corrections to our present lives as a result. As its three authors show, healing is a journey that can be started at any time. This book is a perfect road map." —Patricia Gale, blogcritics.org