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Writing is rewriting an axiom familiar to anyone who has gone through the process of writing repeated drafts of any text. The writer creates, writes, edits, and rewrites, drafting and redrafting, creating and recreating a world, shaping characters or ideas over the course of days, months, or even years, in order to bring to life on the page what exists in the writer’s head and heart. Writers know that when you change the ending of a story, everything leading up to the end must be rewritten.
Whether or not you are a writer, this class is for you if you are a woman undergoing divorce or if you seek to understand this personal upheaval within the framework of story. Because the ending of the story of your marriage has changed, nearly every moment or gesture of your past with your partner will be reinterpreted through a new lens. To understand who you are you need to REWRITE YOUR STORY. YOU are the author. Your life is the story.
This one-hour class gives you the basic tools to write your divorce story. I teach this based on my personal experience: writing down my story changed my life. This class is designed to help you move through the divorce process, reflect and question how you see yourself within the context of family and society, and step with confidence into the next phase of your life.
Please use the contact form if you are interested in booking this class for your organization or receiving one-on-one coaching.
Scholarships and discounts are available for women with children under age 18. This class does not provide legal or therapeutic advice. This class provides a way for you to write yourself into a new existence and understand the framework of your past within the context of story, narrative, and the act of writing.