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FREE Inner critic workshop (YS library, Oct. 22)

Please spread the word! It’s going to be fun! For more info: https://greenelibrary.bibliocommons.com/events/search/fq=types:(5a65fa90866d942f009e3ae4)/event/5b5c9ebe31b1973100abb846 Inner Critic Workshop   Monday, October 22, 2018 (6:30PM – 8:00PM) Yellow Springs Community Library Virginia Hamilton Meeting Room Description Rebecca Kuder is offering this engaging workshop that will allow people … Continue reading

The inner critic is everywhere! But that won’t stop us, no!

Recently I had the pleasure of teaching at the Antioch Writers’ Workshop‘s Dive Into Your Story: Where do you get your ideas?. We dealt with the inner critic and how to renegotiate the relationship, moving aside the noise so we can … Continue reading

Letter to the Inner Critic (11/19/17)

Here’s a leftover I meant to post from my November inner critic letter-a-day challenge (to myself). Uncooked, raw, basically how it came out. Also: in the letter below, where I write “I was born to fly”, I would clarify that … Continue reading

Letter to the inner critic: Day 5 (fragments for the lying liar)

(I blogged here about writing a letter to the inner critic for 30 days. You are still/always welcome to join me! Fragments from today’s letter are below. Disclaimer: The inner critic, for me, is many things, and can sometimes be … Continue reading

“Go away, you rainsnout…” NOVEMBER! (30 days with the inner critic)

Dear people, I am issuing a gift/challenge/invitation for the month of November (a month I love to abhor, by way of Tom Waits’ “November,” which you can see him perform here and read lyrics below.). (If you read this after November, … Continue reading

(Ode to the inner critic, Monday)

(By Andrea Davis Pinkney, from her book, The Red Pencil. This poem seems to be a sort of ode to the inner critic.) ERASE At the red pencil’s end stands a hard lump of clay. I do not like its green. So … Continue reading

Several free workshops: Come play!

Inner Critic Workshop Monday, October 22, 2018 (6:30PM – 8:00PM) Yellow Springs Community Library 415 Xenia Avenue, Yellow Springs, Ohio Virginia Hamilton Meeting Room Rebecca Kuder is offering this engaging workshop that will allow people to rediscover and liberate a sense of play; … Continue reading

books about puberty

I’m keeping a list of books that seem helpful as I raise a child and guide her through puberty. I thought it would be helpful to share them here. Puberty resources BOOKS for children It’s Perfectly Normal: http://robieharris.com/?page_id=186 (The other … Continue reading

Workshops

My intent is to help participants develop and sustain healthy, productive creative practices within academic, artistic, and community settings. By integrating mindfulness and a sense of play, we re-envision the relationship with the inner critic, and liberate our self-expression. Below … Continue reading

(#me too) A raw list…

  …of what’s helping me heal from childhood sexual abuse. In no particular order. Dancing. These days, dancing = attending my awesome Zumba class in Yellow Springs. It’s liberating. It’s helping me unwind the long-bound-up energy in my pelvis. When I … Continue reading