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Helping ordinary people
tell their extraordinary stories

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Why do people tell their life stories?

Life storytelling is a healing process that employs the very language we use to construct meaning and purpose in our every day lives.

With words.

It’s powerful beyond measure because when you truly start to understand how these words and stories affect the way we think and act, you suddenly have the tools to be more resilient...to change your life.

I believe everyone has a story to tell...

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Life Happens...

lifestorytelling

transforms it!

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Why tell YOUR life stories?

Discovering your life theme and putting your stories down on paper provides you the insight and courage to move forward. It's a key resilience factor.

You start to change from the inside out and become a better you. You discover new insights that were there all the time, but hidden. You become a more authentic person, comfortable with who you are and where you’re going.

That's when you begin to uncover your own capacity to heal and begin a process of transforming your life in ways you could never imagine.

If that has you thinking about the stories in your life, you’re already on the path to unraveling the wrongs you’ve experienced and transforming your life.

Are you ready to start discovering your life theme and stepping into the person you were meant to be?

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Write the First Chapter

of Your Life Story

in Just 7 Days!

Listen to
the Podcast

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Faster Than Normal – ADHD Brain

Fostering Resilience Through Grief

Doing Storywork With Your Past

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Trauma and Shame in a Fallen World

What listeners are saying...

Ronda B

Ronda B

"Stacy is a highly creative and motivating individual. I've enjoyed her personality, the fabulous information, and encouragement. I never even knew I wanted to write....and now I have lots of stories to pass down to my family."

Bobbi J.

Bobbi J.

"I wanted to capture my family's unique history before it was forgotten. The benefit is that I was able to make friends with the past, while improving the future."

Sheila P.

Sheila P.

"WriteOfYourLife taught me to write through some very tough times. I won't forget those times, and I've been able to work through them and come out a better person. I'm not sure if I'll publish my stories or not, but I know I could if I wanted to."