In this vlog, I share my thoughts about invisible diagnoses. v.k.
My life as a writer is a very solitary existence. Outside of my therapist, brother and sister and my fellow cult survivors on the internet, there is not one who has walked directly in my shoes and understands why writing my post cult experiences are just as daunting as writing Cult Child was. It is different writing … Continue reading The Most Difficult Part Of Writing Is Writing
"You need a new blanket!" I've heard this more than a few times in my life. Mostly in my head. Mostly when I look at the ink stains, the worn marks, the hand sewn tears or the little knots in the corners of the material so the stuffing doesn't fall out and think, "Jeez, Vennie, … Continue reading Blankets
I make notes before I go to therapy sessions. Mainly because my thoughts become jumbled, I begin to go all over the place, switching and moving through moments, talking so fast my therapist's head looks like a cat following a laser light. So if I have a guideline for what I want to discuss I … Continue reading A List and a No Show