Solving the Time Line
I used standard-sized blue notes for the main concepts and scenes. They climb up to "Crises," then dip to "Dark Night of the Soul," and then finally to "Recovery" and "Resolution." Smaller pink notes hint at signs of trouble. Small blue notes remind me to include acts of kindness by my husband. Small purple notes indicate specific moments in the Hero's Journey: "Kick in the Shins," "Doorway of No Return," etc.. Bright green tags mark "Threshold," and standard-sized notes represent the major themes in my story such as "Truth," "Home," "Faith," and "Family."
Free Resource Downloads
12 Steps to a More Joyful Life after Divorce
30 Things to Do When You're Single
Resources for Healing from Spiritual Abuse
As long as you are hiding from your pain, you're hiding from helping other people.
Kari Oberbrunner - Author, speaker, coach.
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Linda's memoir in progressGod, the Devil and Divorce
A Transformative Journey Out of Emotional and Spiritual Abuse