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by Paula Bramsen Cullen

Download Journey of Storms eBook
ISBN:
0963790668
Author:
Paula Bramsen Cullen
Category:
Poetry
Language:
English
Publisher:
Millstone River Pr; 1st edition (May 1, 1994)
Pages:
132 pages
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1672 kb
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1103 kb
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1596 kb
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Paula Bramsen Cullen. Paula Bramsen Cullen, writer. Journey of Storms (Millstone River Press, 1994). N/A. Princeton, NJ 08540. Connecticut Fireside. Journal of New Jersey Poets.

Art Cullen has been afflicting the comfortable for more than 30 years

Art Cullen has been afflicting the comfortable for more than 30 years.

Brain Storm" is the story of Bruce and Laura Allen who, when confronted with the immeasurable challenges of brain injury, found courage, determination . It recounts how God miraculously led them through each step of the journey.

Brain Storm" is the story of Bruce and Laura Allen who, when confronted with the immeasurable challenges of brain injury, found courage, determination, and strength from God to forge through the seemingly insurmountable obstacles of Bruce's intense and often heartbreaking recovery. The overwhelming struggles that consumed the next year changed their lives forever. This candid, intimate, and often humorous approach to recovery from brain injury will encourage and inspire readers-especially those who are currently traveling a similar path.

A book of insights into the process of psychotherapy and the healing of the mind. By these we live our years but first the forces congregate to push us from the womb and greet a world gone mad with mountains. I am not cousin to thinking brain or upright stance. I am pointed ears, cat-clawed feet, a tusk-toothed fearsome thing living in shielded rock. When it suits me I am a child wet from the cavern, three breaths old, my face screwed up in puzzlement at a world turned hard and bright. How did I come to such a crossing? Was it space outgrown or ache to stretch straight my tiny bones and hear unmuffled by her flesh my howls of shock to taste the world.

A book of insights into the process of psychotherapy and the healing of the mind: the emotions of therapy probed and illuminated as only a writer can.

Building on three decades of writing experience, the author draws the reader into the depths of depression, the exultations of joy, the roller coaster of transference and dependency, the release of recovery. The unexpected medium? Poetry. Poetry that is lyrical and accessible to all, arranged as a chronicle of the therapeutic process and giving voice to every patient's unspoken experiences on the "journey of a lifetime."

For patients, their friends, and relatives and for therapists, teachers, and students.

Ms. Cullen, an accomplished author, captures the feelings and experiences of individuals in psychotherapy in this chronicle of lyrical and accessible poems. Many of these poems have been published singly in literary magazines and psychology journals.