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Writing, for me, is how I process. If I go too long without writing, I'm not in a healthy place. But I've also found it's one of the best tools I have to encourage other people. For me writing isn't just therapy, it's also a calling. And whether it's random reflections here on this blog, books for publication, content editing for friends, or grant writing for causes I care about, my heart is to use my writing specifically and especially to strengthen and help women and children.  I think this journey started when I was a child drafting poems and newsletters and thank you notes. My high school English teacher gave me a massive thesaurus for graduation because of how much I loved using hers in class. And though I majored in Special Education, an insightful instructor urged me to minor in Creative Writing.  Married before my final year of college, I began writing during our babies' naptimes and ended up publishing two devotionals for teen girls when I was in my

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