Tag: Wounds to Wins

Being Rejected by One’s Peers – Wounds to Wins Series

I’ll admit from the start—this is a wound I still battle. Especially when I’m about to publish an emotionally charged post. I may get some of the words wrong and may rub some people the wrong way with what I'm about to say. And even though I've edited and cut out a lot from my … Continue reading Being Rejected by One’s Peers – Wounds to Wins Series

Risking Rejection by Peers, Past and Present – PART 2

Risking Rejection by Peers, Past and Present – PART 2

In PART 1, I covered my general history of feeling rejected by my peers and how one friendship over the years has helped me to see how differences don't need to mean division if our common ground means more. Which brings me back to the topic of peers from my past on social media and … Continue reading Risking Rejection by Peers, Past and Present – PART 2

Top Ten Wounds I Reveal Through Writing

Top Ten Wounds I Reveal Through Writing

For my WIP, A Cord of Three, I integrated several emotional wounds for the three sisters/women in the story. As I've revealed, many of these wounds represent the real wounds that my sisters and I experienced or are experiencing. Writing this story has been an emotional journey for sure. And at this point in time … Continue reading Top Ten Wounds I Reveal Through Writing

A Nomadic Childhood – Wounds to Wins Series

A Nomadic Childhood – Wounds to Wins Series

When Moving Wasn't the Plan In preparation for the 2020 Mount Hermon Writers Conference (unfortunately cancelled due to COVID-19 social distancing regulations as of March 16, 2020), I've been reviewing, rewriting, and refining my manuscript for A Cord of Three. One of the wounds the sisters overcome in the story is one of moving around … Continue reading A Nomadic Childhood – Wounds to Wins Series

Parenting Your Siblings at a Young Age – Wounds to Wins Series

Parenting Your Siblings at a Young Age – Wounds to Wins Series

This post is inspired from the Emotional Wound Thesaurus entry described as "Becoming a Caregiver at an Early Age). As I work through describing each wound related to my fictional novel-in-progress, A Cord of Three, I'm seeing how some of the wounds I've assigned to my sisters are self-inflicted, while others are out of their control. … Continue reading Parenting Your Siblings at a Young Age – Wounds to Wins Series