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Story U talks writing through trauma

Writing can be therapeutic, but the process can also leave the writer drained and feeling lost. Still, powerful healing and helpful messages can come from such an experience.

Story U Talk Radio with Coach Debby takes on this subject with the help of noted author, Linda Deir. Join your host, Debby Handrich as she interviews Linda Thursday, May 30th at 4 p.m.

“To author a memoir, we must steady ourselves through some very rough memories,” said Coach Debby, adding, “My guest has met this challenge over and over as she authored her book, Guided.”

Linda’s true story shares her experiences and her recovery; you can offer your readers an account of your story and not lose yourself through the process.

“Join us for essential skills about translating your trauma into a best-selling book,” said Coach Debby.

Each week, Coach Debby and her guests encourage listeners to join in the collective effort for positive change.

Debby Handrich, MA, began her career as an Associate Professor of writing before adding psychology and spirituality to the mix. Her mentors include Alan H. Cohen, Robert Holden, and Pema Chodron, and she’s deeply inspired by Joseph Campbell, John Bradshaw, and so many brilliant writers of fiction, poetry, and mysticism.

Her mission is to inspire and coach individuals to find their voice and write their book. She has coached writers who have escaped their homeland, overcome addiction, and transformed their lives after loss. She has helped entrepreneurs claim their brand and soar as speakers.

Previously the producer and co-host of Life Mastery Radio, she and Todd Alan interviewed over 300 authors and thought-leaders. Debby’s known in the Seattle area as a friend, writer, and mentor. She’s been teaching and speaking for 25 years and now is heard on Alternative Talk 1150 and on PodcastOne, one of the nation’s premier podcast providers. Her podcasts can also be found on iTunes and Tune In.


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