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Writing Ourselves Whole - Using the Power of Your Own Creativity to Recover and Heal from Sexual Trauma (Help for Rape Victims, Trauma and Recovery, Abuse Self-Help)
Jen Cross
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Mango Media
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A Book That Will Change Your LifeHealing victims of sexual assault through transformative journaling. One in six women is the victim of sexual assault. Using her own hard-won wisdom, author Jen Cross shows how to heal through journaling and personal writingRape victims and victims of other sexual abuse.Writing Ourselves Wholeis a collection of essays and creative writing encouragements for sexual trauma survivors who want to risk writing a different story. Each short chapter offers encouragement, experience, and exercises.How to change your life.When you can find language for the stories that are locked inside, you can change your life. Talk therapy can only go so far for the millions of Americans struggling in the aftermath of sexual abuse and sexual assault. Sexual assault survivors can heal themselves. Sexual trauma survivor communities (and their allies) have the capacity to hold and hear one another's stories-we do not have to relegate ourselves solely to the individual isolation of the therapist's office.What You'll Learn InsideWriting Ourselves Whole:How to reconnect with your creative instinct through freewritingHow freewriting can help you reclaim the parts of yourself and your historyHow "restorying" the old myths about sexual trauma survivors can set you freeIf you have read books such as Julia Cameron'sThe Artist's Way, Natalie Goldberg'sWriting Down the Bones, or Louise DeSalvo'sWriting as a Way of Healing, your will want to readWriting Ourselves Whole.

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Jen Cross is a writer, performer, and writing workshop facilitator based in Oakland, CA. Her organization, Writing Ourselves Whole, founded in 2003, focuses primarily on sexuality writing workshops and writing with survivors of sexual trauma. Jen's writing appears in more than thirty anthologies and periodicals, including The Healing Art of Writing, Nobody Passes, Visible: A Femmethology, Best Sex Writing 2008; she is also the co-editor of Sex Still Spoken Here (with Dr. Carol Queen and Amy Butcher). Jen is currently an MFA candidate at San Francisco State University.

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