In this episode of The 411 Live, we talk to Jolanda Rogers, owner of T.A.L.K Consulting and Publishing, Nancy Yarbrough, author and founder of Fresh Start Learning, and Edward Hennings, author, speaker and entrepreneur.
Memory repression often serves as a defense mechanism against traumatic events. Using the power of your own creativity and transformative journaling is a good way of recovering and healing from traumatic events. So if you are a person who is ready to tell and write your story, how do you safely tell your story and express your feelings and put it in a book? Can you go through this process without traumatizing yourself by opening up those wounds with no one to help you though the process? Join us as we talk about the process of translating repressed memories and putting them in a book form.