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Monday, April 26, 2010

A Little Transparancy

We write what we know, right? From the roots of our pain or happiness or guilt can come words that can heal, trap, or free ourselves. Writing is just that powerful.

I recently finished an article that had it's origins in tender teenage years, and I decided to be transparent in the hopes that other teen girls might learn from my mistakes. My article for SAGE Girl's Ministry for May is out already, and I wanted to share this little piece of my painful history--and subsequent joyous revelation--with my blogging friends, as well.


Here's the link to my Parent Pointers article on Modest Waiting:

http://www.sageministries.org/parent-pointers-modest-waiting

If you know of a young person who might benefit from reading this and other articles like it, please share this site with them. While it's intended for young girls, parents and others can benefit as well.

Happy Monday!

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3 comments:

E. Elle said...

A little transparency can go a long way. I write about things I've experienced so that I can help others going through similar experiences. I feel God puts us on Earth to help each other, using the gifts and experiences at our disposable.

Kudos on being transparent for the world!

Jeannie Campbell, LMFT said...

thanks e elle! i feel the exact same way. for me, just about ALL writing is therapeutic for the writer and can be healing for others. thanks for stopping by. :)

Karen Lange said...

Thanks for the links. I think we all need to be more transparent - in the right balance of course.
Blessings to you, Karen

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