I am currently working on a literary piece about my experience with my siblings and my nomadic lifestyle. I have workshopped it here at Antioch as well as several other writing labs off campus. I originally saw it coming together as a screenplay, but as I go further into creative writing workshops the more I see it as a literary piece. I am not married to any particular format and open to learning more about all. It is an unusual story, but it is becoming more relevant as
the world of social media grows. As a student of psychology, the piece is becoming an exploration of my educat...
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...in which we tell our stories and they keep the focus on solutions. My personal life has flourished since taking these skills and applying them. I have been working with a narrative psychologist as well as studying it and the combination has worked so well in understanding and applying the concepts. I have learned boundaries within my friendships and family members that I previously did not understand. My relationship with my mother is in a new place based on this. I know there is so much left to learn, I am not done, I feel I will be a student for a long time. Storytelling is my passion, in a broad scope, if you pull back and look at what storytelling truly is. It is those that rewrites the past or create the future. Storytelling is therapy, it is art, performance, film making, writing, it is all of those things and more. A true storyteller can change the world.
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