Much to my relief, I think I'm on the right track. I have noticed that I tend to give a straight-forward account of events that would be more interesting if I included more sensory detail. I also tend to jump to conclusions without connecting all the dots. Consequently, I going back to my journals on which the memoir is based, and making my scenes more complete. You might think that all this re-writing is a pain, but I'm finding this a fun thing to do.
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As long as you are hiding from your pain, you're hiding from helping other people.
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Linda's memoir in progressGod, the Devil and Divorce
A Transformative Journey Out of Emotional and Spiritual Abuse