Tag: creative process

A Piece of Sky

Written by on September 24, 2016 in Tea & Conversation with 0 Comments
A Piece of Sky

It’s been three years since I made the announcement I was archiving this blog. I closed it to launch my namesake blog as part of a marketing plan. But shifting from focusing on an action — keeping the dream, to focusing on a person — Demian Yumei, didn’t work for me. I thought, at first, […]

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Reclaiming Your Creative Passion 2

Written by on June 3, 2012 in Covert Abuse with 5 Comments
Reclaiming Your Creative Passion 2

Reclaiming your passion when you’ve been battered — and covert abuse is battering — is a journey. There are twists and turns, rocky roads and slippery slopes. The way may be smooth before you hit a steep incline or suddenly drop off at the edge of a precipice. But you have to keep going. My […]

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Reclaiming Your Creative Passion 1

Written by on April 29, 2012 in Covert Abuse with 9 Comments
Reclaiming Your Creative Passion 1

How can we lose something that is such a part of our being? And yet we can, and when we place ourselves in situations that drain our very soul, we do. Our creative passion can help us to hold on to what is true within us. In the midst of usury and abuse, we can […]

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Loss of Creative Passion (Real Support vs Self-Serving)

Written by on April 13, 2012 in Covert Abuse with 21 Comments

Covert abusers can say the right things and they can be encouraging. That’s what’s so confusing. But when saying the right things and being encouraging is not followed through with action, then it’s just not real. To some people, saying something is as good as doing it. It doesn’t matter if they hadn’t actually done […]

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A little help

Written by on February 27, 2008 in Tea & Conversation with 0 Comments

Today, a friend of mine has agreed to help me edit my book on covert aggression, “Where There’s Smoke”. I’m revising and extending the book. She said she would go over it, as I worked on it, look for typo’s, point out passages that might need clarification and otherwise critique it. I am ecstatic. I […]

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