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The life I've led and the life I want.

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#1 Kristine.


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Posted 28 May 2011 - 11:25 PM

The life I am working on leaving behind to start anew. I write to clear my head, always have and is how I cope. It's often sporadic with things making little or no sense but things that I have experienced and writing, so I'm told, is a "gift" that I have and need not allow it to go to waste. This isn't so much a journal because the way I write leans more to the creative writing aspect of story telling which is why I thought it appropriate to put in this forum.

I've lived a life filled with so much...distress I suppose is a good description that I am working on writing this book, this memoir if you will, about my life and maybe it just might help others like me and a lot of on here.

I value all forms of honesty about the writing style, whether it evokes emotion, paints a picture, allows you to feel simply with words and that it flows and that it is "easy" to follow.
My grammar and punctuation, however, is horrible at time and as my Father says "that's what editors are for". So no need to give feed back on that because I already know it's a problem but it is an easily fixable issue whereas writing styles are difficult to relearn.

I don't share it with a lot of people, family in particular, but I love to share it with people who've been in those places that I have. Makes you feel less alone in the world or so stuck in your head that you can't get out.

Growing up With Crazy

The blog posts the most recent entries first and if you start there I can guarantee you that it will make absolutely no sense at all so start from the bottom and read as much as your attention span can handle Posted Image

And please feel free to post your thoughts on this thread or if you're uncomfortable send me a private message. I actually encourage feedback and if can relate to things that I've experienced than all the better because you've now found someone else connected to you on a different level, a deeper level.

Other than the literacy and writing style critiques and opinions, hearing stories from others who've lived a similar life helps me heal that much faster just knowing I'm not alone and ultimately that is why I am doing this.

So there you go...

Edited by Kristine., 28 May 2011 - 11:26 PM.

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Posted 19 March 2012 - 06:40 AM

Sharing is always good for us whether we talk about our problems or our success in life. I like the way you write. Thanks!
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Posted 21 November 2012 - 06:29 AM

Thank u for sharing. :) I deal with anxiety every day, I'm definately going to pop over and have a read.
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