Writing to Recovery


My true skill in life is writing, not as in novels or short stories (although I do have some talent there) but as someone who can take the information given to them and give shape and clarity to it through the written word.

I’ve worked in PR and Marketing for many years but now find the most satisfaction in assisting disability groups pro bono with training manuals and workshop presentations that they could not afford otherwise.  However a large part of my time goes to assisting my husband with his work in Mental Health and Recovery Based Practice.

I’ve started this blog more as an  open diary of my thoughts and ruminations both on the path my life has taken and why, as well as a means of coming to understand more of who I am.  I have used writing to assist others clearly frame their goals and understand their purpose – but this time it’s for me.  I hope over time others will join and share their own stories and that we can create a place to Unload and Unwind without judgement.

Language and communication are powerful tools and history has shown that great

5 thoughts on “Writing to Recovery

  1. Wow! Exploring here and finding it speaks to me louder and louder until there’s almost a deafening silence that says it all (sorry, still stuck on the prompt for today 😉 Anyhow, this is wonderful find for me and I cannot wait to follow you!
    Stephanie

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  2. Hi Jenni

    Enjoyed your blog. Particularly your honesty in your personal posts. I too enjoy writing, even published a young adult novel years ago. (if you’re ever looking for something to review let me know & I’ll send you a copy). It’s hard when you bare your soul for the world to see, but also very therapeutic. I wish you the best

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