How to use your own story to heal with Amy Molloy
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Author and journalist Amy Molloy knows a thing or two about doing hard things. After becoming a widow in her early 20’s and learning how to navigate through hard times, she found a glimmer of light that grew into much more when learning how to heal through telling her story.   In this episode you’ll discover; + How to find what your own story might be + The importance of recycling feelings + Why you need to ‘pick’ your audience or those who you share with and how this is important to your recovery + How to deal with criticism + How your own story can be therapeutic to others.     See for privacy information.
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