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Writing on Both Sides of the Brain, Breakthrough Techniques for People Who Write book cover

Writing on Both Sides of the Brain, Breakthrough Techniques for People Who Write

A revolutionary approach to writing that will teach you how to express yourself fluently and with confidence for the rest of your life. Offers advice on improving one's writing and editing skills, suggests useful exercises, and discusses writer's block, procrastination, revision, and techniques for generating new ideas.

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Put Your Heart On Paper, Staying Connected in a Loose-Ends World book cover

Put Your Heart On Paper, Staying Connected in a Loose-Ends World

Put Your Heart On Paper is filled with the inspiring true stories of what happens when people write from their hearts: the shared insights, the new beginnings, the dreams that miraculously come true. In 50 provocative short chapters, acclaimed author Henriette Anne Klauser shows the power of the written word in everyday life: bringing together parents and children, strengthening personal bonds,...

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Write It Down, Make It Happen: Knowing What You Want, and Getting It book cover

Write It Down, Make It Happen: Knowing What You Want, and Getting It

Too often, people drift through life with a vague sense of uneasiness, living in the antechamber, longing to find some adventure or purpose, envious of those whose lives seem exciting. In Write It Down, Make It Happen, Henriette Anne Klauser, Ph.D., shows you how to write your own lifescript. Simply writing down your goals in life is the first step toward achieving them. The "writing it down"...

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With Pen in Hand book cover

With Pen in Hand

By the best-selling author of Writing on Both Sides of the Brain, an inspirational guide to releasing past and present emotional pains through therapeutic writing. In moments of grief or loss, we often turn to the written word to say what cannot be said aloud. Indeed, directing sadness, rage, or confusion at the page can be tremendously cathartic and liberating. As we express our deepest...

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The American Book of Dying book cover

The American Book of Dying

For most people, the thought of dying or caring for a terminally ill friend or family member raises fears and questions as old as humanity: What is a “good death”? What appropriate preparations should be made? How do we best support our loved ones as life draws to its close? In this nondenominational handbook, Richard F. Groves and Henriette Anne Klauser provide comfort, direction, and hope...

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