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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 Dec 1
For , I'll donate 20% of proceeds for every box of "Conversation Cards for Meaningful Storytelling" sold today to the National Children's Advocacy Center. Find yours here: Etsy:
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Diana Raab, PhD Dec 1
December swoops in with a Beaver Moon penumbral lunar eclipse—we have so much to be thankful for. This month's newsletter is dedicated to honoring the light. You can read it here:
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 27
Many in the US celebrated Thanksgiving this week—sharing traditions in person and across the miles. It's those all-important rituals and traditions, which ground us, and carry us through the year. ()
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 26
IIn spite of this year's challenges, we still have so much to be grateful for—let's talk about how we can maintain our attitude of gratitude.
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 25
Happy Thanksgiving to one and all!
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 25
Gratitude is a practice. In this piece for , I look at HOW THANKSGIVING DURING A PANDEMIC IS TEACHING ME GRATITUDE.
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 23
This week, many of us will celebrate Thanksgiving—expressing our gratitude for family, friends, and life’s gifts both large and small. I've pulled together some ideas for sharing the love across the miles… (via )
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 19
I think it an honor to be asked to write a eulogy. That doesn't mean it's not challenging—sitting with the memories and pushing through the grief. I've pulled together some guidelines for if you need some help.
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 18
What better time of year to write a letter of gratitude to someone you care about—especially if circumstances prevent you from getting together this Thanksgiving.
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 17
In "The Empath’s Survival Guide", Dr. Judith Orloff suggests there are different types of empaths—physical, emotional, intuitive....In this piece, published on I've included some prompts for honoring your empath.
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 11
In this month's newsletter, I talk about . For our first of the month, I invite you to make a list of the people and things you are grateful for in #2020.
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 6
November has arrived—along with my latest newsletter including book recommendations, helpful articles, and more. I hope both bring you some comfort. Click for my latest newsletter:
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 5
Shoutout to Hanging Off The Wire for sharing my and book WRITING FOR BLISS with their readers!
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 3
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 3
I've been a fan of for years—and I'm thrilled to share they've recently published my piece on "How Illness Can Be Lonely and What To Do About It."
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Diana Raab, PhD Nov 1
November has arrived—along with my latest newsletter. My hope is that both will bring you some comfort. Click for my latest newsletter:
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Diana Raab, PhD Oct 31
Delighted to share my Conversation Cards for Meaningful Storytelling are officially being distributed by NewLeaf! (If you're interested in a bulk purchase for the holidays, contact NewLeaf or call 1-800-326-2665.)
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Diana Raab, PhD Oct 23
Thanks to for picking up "What Breast Cancer Taught Me About Life" Surviving the emotional roller coaster of having a breast removed reminds me of the old adage “From all bad comes good.”
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Diana Raab, PhD Oct 20
I really enjoyed my conversation with on last week. We talked about the importance of coping skills during isolation.
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Diana Raab, PhD Oct 14
My breast cancer diagnosis occurred nearly 20 years ago—and was an experience that changed my life forever. Over the years, I’ve gone from survivor to thriver. “What Breast Cancer Taught Me About Life”
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