Marci Brockman, the renowned artist, author, and teacher, has shared an intimate memoir and the healing journey of her life. The memoir shares her own trauma and how she helped herself and others deal with pain and how overcoming mental illness and addiction is a distinct possibility through expressive writing.
“I believe that we all need hope and inspiration to break the destructive bonds of trauma,” says Marci Brockmann. “I have authored a memoir and a guided expressive writing journal, both aimed at healing trauma and pain and helping people connect with their past. I want people to understand and make sense of their memories and beautiful patterns and discover the truest hopes and dreams to make their lives truly beautiful.”
The two books that Brockmann has authored are – ‘Permission To Land: Searching For Love, Home & Belonging – a memoir about surviving and thriving mental illness and addiction and learning to love yourself and your life and ‘Permission To Land: Personal Transformation Through Writing’ – a guided expressive writing journal with over 100 pages of writing prompts. The journal aims to help people overcome their past experiences and move ahead with more clarity, awareness, and confidence.
According to Brockmann, expressive writing has the power to heal and also helps create a secure future that creates a sense of love and belonging. She has been sharing stories with others and wants people to know about their past, illuminate the present, and take firm steps towards a bright future with more clarity, awareness, and confidence through writing. The aim is to help people improve their mental health.
The new author believes that expressive writing is the cornerstone of wellness and writing connections. She has designed a video workshop that can help people learn at their own pace. They can use numerous writing prompts and inspiring photographs to discover their deepest emotions, memories, and motivations, continue their wellness journey, and achieve personal growth.
Both her books are available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other book stores. Signed copies of the book can be purchased at www.Marcibrockmann.com along with customized paintings, prints, scarves, and now fashionable face masks.
Brockmann is also offering her Expressive Writing Video Workshop as a free gift on https://youtu.be/1gjKcMLb3xM
Here’s what Barbara Kanal, DSW had to say about her book:
‘In Permission to Land: Personal Transformation Through Writing’ Marci Brockmann has created an excellent tool for reflection and self-improvement. The thought-provoking writing prompts will take you on a valuable journey through your own life, experiences, and memories. It is a beautiful addition to the memoir Permission to Land: Searching for Love, Home & Belonging. Her psychological knowledge is evident as the writing prompts to encourage us all to tell our own stories.”
For more information, visit www.MarciBrockmann.com
Her other online links are:
What’s up, Marci? – The blog – www.whatsupMarci.com
YouTube Channel – What’s up, Marci? – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL2HWaqrJ5xHOz02zmm7O_w
Facebook Group – Permission to Heal… Safe to Fly
Twitter – https://twitter.com/Marcibrockmann
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/marcibrockmann/
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About Marci Brockmann:
Marci Brockmann has been writing expressively in journals for 35 years. She has drawn from her rich journaling experiences to write the two new books. She also hosts her own YouTube Channel – What’s up, Marci?
She grew up as a child with low self-esteem because of her tough family circumstances. Because of her high sense of insecurity, she yearned for love, a safe home, and a sense of real connection. She realized she had all these inside her while she was always looking outside for the same. Brockmann soon explored the idea of growth and healing through expressive writing and was able to soon realize her dreams and goals.
Marci lives in New York with her husband, their grown kids, frisky cats, and many fishes. Her mission is to empower people to understand their past and make sense of it while creating a future of love, home, and belonging.
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