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Barbara Stahura’s life was turned inside-out the moment her husband Ken was struck by an automobile. The first four minutes of this episode, Barbara tells the story of how she turned to journal-writing to cope with the myriad of stressful details, and to create a path toward healing from the trauma.
The rest of the episode, Barbara shares why she is grateful that it happened. Today, she is a Certified Journal Facilitator with The Center for Journal Therapy. Her unique journal-writing workshops have been made into a workbook: “After Brain Injury: Telling Your Story”, a guide for people (re)shaping the stories they have of themselves and what’s possible. Barbara gives practical examples of writing exercises she uses in her workshops.
Barbara has also written a memoir, What I Thought I Knew, a heartfelt collection of stories, full of humor and insight, sharing life’s uncertainties and fears, bravery and joy. Barbara also writes a blog and publishes articles on the subject of journaling and brain injury.
I especially enjoyed this episode because of Barbara’s love and passion for her work, and the difference she is making one workshop at a time. (JournalTalk, Episode #17, October 14, 2013)
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