Write, Cry, Breathe…Read It Again
My Secret To Making It Through Tough Times
In 2020 as the pandemic was just beginning, a book called Rise: An Anthology of Change won the Colorado Book Award in the collection/anthology category. The editors gathered a variety of poetry and prose “exploring the concepts of change, renewal, and rebirth” and thoughtfully arranged them into this volume.
My personal essay, “Write, Cry, Breathe: Surviving the Process of Transformation,” was included in that book.
If you’re interested, here’s more info about Rise.
But you don’t have to buy the book to read my essay.
It’s been reprinted in the ezine Communicators League. Take a look:
Write, Cry, Breathe | Wren Wright
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“Write, Cry, Breathe” is the story of how I navigated a difficult experience. I wrote my way through it, I cried my way through it, and I breathed some, too. And it changed me.
May my story inspire you to grow in strength, hope, and resilience.
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