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Diana Raab, PhD
Memoirist, poet, blogger, thought-provoker, speaker who Inspires writing for healing & transformation. Passionate about bringing awareness.
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Diana Raab, PhD 14h
It's Survivors of Suicide Loss Day. Many of you know my beloved grandmother died by suicide when I was ten years old. Writing Regina's Closet helped me to move through some of my pain. If you're struggling with loss, I encourage you to write.
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Diana Raab, PhD 17h
Today is Survivors of Suicide Loss Day, intended to be a day of healing throughout the world, where all those who are affected by suicide loss can connect around the lives of their loved ones. To find a support event near you, click the link below. ♥️
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 16
MINDFUL WRITING FOR THE HOLIDAYS. This is a gift to yourself this holiday season. Learn to maintain a sense of calm and peace during this busy time of year. Open your heart and mind through the art of writing. Sunday, Dec 9 2-5pm .
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 14
Feeling the gratitude . . . This week's invites you to list ten things for which you are grateful.
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 14
This week's invites you to list ten things for which you are grateful—feeling the .
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 12
Having "a room of one's own"—be it literal or figurative—is imperative if you want to focus on your writing. (Thank you for sharing my piece!)
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 11
A Veterans Day Honoring in . It's important to pause and reflect on our interconnectedness—today, tomorrow, and every day.
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 9
Did you know that more veterans die by suicide than by combat? If you or someone you know experiences PTSD, here are some ways you can help via "Honoring Our Veterans Who Have PTSD" in
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 8
Video shows Thousand Oaks shooting survivor suffering intense survivor's guilt — here's what that means via
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 8
Self-care is critically important for your wellbeing—here are some things you can do this weekend to boost yours. Please, take care of you!
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 7
What are you grateful for? This week's invites you to ponder—and write.
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 7
Many of you know that November is my favorite month—it's all about gratitude! For this week's writing prompt, I invite you to consider what gratitude means to you. And write about it.
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 6
Hey, check out this cool site I found: via@being_her_hero
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 6
Sometimes, just making a shift in our worldview when we wake up in the morning is enough to move us from an unhappy attitude to one of gratitude and happiness (gratitude is connected to happiness). More on this in my piece for
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 5
Thank you, for publishing my piece on "Living Fearlessly Despite the Demons".
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 2
Happy November! As many of you know, this is my favorite month of the year—and also time for my latest newsletter! Enjoy!
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 1
Thank you for this truly powerful and timeless piece from E. B. White—a beautiful letter to a man who had lost faith in humanity:
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 1
It's November—my favorite month of the year—and time for my latest newsletter!
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Diana Raab, PhD Oct 31
"Wounded Healers and Storytellers"—my latest piece for looks at three types of "wounded storytellers" and the importance of compassion for our inner child.
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Diana Raab, PhD Oct 30
In my latest for I look at "Wounded Healers and Storytellers," and the importance of sharing our stories to heal.
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