Writing is an affective way to get to know yourself.  Whether it's a short story, daily journal or poem, daily writing opens the door to the subconscious.  Below are some examples of stories I've written that helped me learn more about myself.  I hope you enjoy them.

Cinderella's Perfection: Women Perfectionists Continual Search for Happily Ever After

Voltaire once said that "perfect is the enemy of good."

Perfectionism develops in reaction to incompetent, unhealthy people in our past and present that insist nothing we do is good enough.

Fulfillment does not reside along side perfect, as some of us might think. 

Click on the link below to read my essay:  Cinderella's Perfection: Women Perfectionists Continual Search for Happily Ever After.

Authenticity and Civil Rights

In Authenticity and Civil Rights I talk about the importance of.......

The Intrinsic Value of Art

Whether we are creating it or appreciating it, art brings us closer to the Self.

The Trickster

When you have finished reading about the joys of fox hunting with the willey Coyote in The Trickster, ask yourself the following questions:

What is it in your life that you hunt for?

Who/what is your trickster?

How will you know when you catch it?

If you are  the huntswoman/huntsman in the story,  how does your story end?

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