Chelsea Leigh Trescott interviewed me about moving past heartbreak in relationships to focus reviewing one’s goals and on improving one’s life.
Here is the first paragraph of this article.
“When I was in graduate school in English at the University of Wisconsin, I dated an older man and was sure that he would marry me. I wrote him many love poems. It was great to have an appreciative audience for my writing. After he ended the relationship suddenly because he found another woman, I kept writing poems to deal with my strong emotions of grief and anger. This got me into the habit of doing creative writing frequently. I have published many of these poems in journals and anthologies and later in my own three books of poetry. Instead of finding a husband, I learned that being an author is my vocation.”
You can read the whole interview at the link below: