Posts Tagged ‘writing’
Choosing when to write your eating disorder story with a view to sharing it with the world, requires careful consideration. Writing about your experience, with or without a diary, requires threads and themes to be picked up and woven into..
In 2015, I almost lost my life to anorexia, and now I want to be an eating disorder and mental health campaigner. I want to help prevent others from having to go through the same struggle. The day I decided..
His voice curled around my waistline And tickled every toe, Breathing out security from his lips and his nose. My knight in shining armor, My king upon his throne. My medicine My beekeeper My..
These women blew me away. The (mainly) women in the inpatient psychotherapy groups for clients recovering from anorexia that I led for several years were strong and fierce, determined, with visions and dreams. After all – anyone who can consistently..
Writers Victoria season two workshop – Using diaries, journals, and personal letters in fiction and non-fiction
More details will be added soon – the workshop will run from 10am to 4pm. Numbers are limited so please book asap to avoid disappointment. See Writers Victoria’s website more information and to secure your place.
By June Alexander Life-writing is simply telling a story from our life. Sounds simple, but depending on how deep we dare to plunge into our past, the process can spark a ripple effect that turn into tidal waves of emotion...
Taking Care of Your Self – This is Your Story In association with www.athomewitheatingdisorders.com Flyer: June Alexander June Alexander Workshop flyer A pre-conference workshop for carers By author June Alexander The diary is an excellent tool to help you take care..