New Book Offers Inspirational Journey through Post-Accident Pain and Recovery

By Ernest Dempsey, September 20, 2018 Loving Healing Press has announced the publication of Inspirational Musings by Barbara Sinor, PhD Inspirational Musings: Insights through Healing is a new title by Barbara Sinor, PhD, sharing her inner journey through personal thoughts and emotions during her recovery in a rehabilitation facility. Published by …

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Loving Healing Press Making Book Donation to Resource Library in Madagascar

To help improve the quality of life via therapeutic services in Madagascar, the Loving Healing Press is donating copies of its title Handwriting For Heroes – a task-oriented workbook to help people learn to write with their non-dominant hand. The non-profit Growing the Nations Therapy Programmes (GNTP) is currently focusing on helping vulnerable, poverty-stricken …

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How Meditation Can Help a Writer

By Sweta Srivastava Vikram At the 2014 Academy Awards, Robert De Niro’s intro of the best screenplay nominees caught the attention of many. “The mind of a writer can be a truly terrifying thing”, he said, before continuing, “Isolated, neurotic, caffeine-addled, crippled by procrastination and consumed by feelings of panic, self-loathing and soul-crushing inadequacy. And …

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Michigan Press Donating Books to 7-Year-Old’s Literacy Group

By Ernest Dempsey The Loving Healing Press of Ann Arbor, MI, is proud to announce participation in the children’s literacy group Rhymers are Readers via book donation. The 13-member children’s choir group Rhymers are Readers meets at the Woodlawn-Faith Methodist Church in Alexandria, VA, and promotes book reading with ethnic-conscious stories and material. …

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 BY DIANA RAAB ON APRIL 18, 2018IN THE SPIRIT Spring is a great time for transformation and new beginnings. It’s also a time for your mind to bloom. For those living in cold climates, the winter months are often spent inside, in self-protection mode, so spring is a season when you can …

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Healing through Writing

I began my writing career at age ten, sitting in my walk-in closet scribbling in my journal. My mother had given me the journal to help me cope with my grandmother’s suicide. Thirty years later, those childhood scribblings inspired my first memoir, Regina’s Closet.  Fast forward ten more years, I …

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