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By Reggie Marra, MA, PCC Besides being parts of the actual content of this post, what purposes do the single quotation marks, en-dash, parentheses, commas and exclamation point in the title serve, and which of them would be considered a substandard, or even incorrect, usage in formal writing? While this
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By Reggie Marra, MA, ACC The structure a narrator consciously chooses, or is unconsciously chosen by, most often emerges from her perspective and intention for the narrative, and may be influenced by the media available to her. A 140-character message like Donald Trump’s November 6, 2012 “We can’t let this
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By Reggie Marra, MA, ACC From November 2015 through June 2016 seven “Narrative ‘Tradecraft’” blogs, among diverse other topics on this site, explored Perspective, Imagery, Revision, Metaphor, Diction, Conflict and Rhythm as both elements of writing and tools for living an intentional(ly healing) life. These seven elements first took on
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We’re here today to talk about our class, “The Foundations of Narrative Health Coaching.”  Reggie, if I were to take this class, what would I be learning in the foundations class? Related Post Preface to Coaching And Healing The Healing Topic – Part 1 The Principles of Narrative Health Coaching
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November 7, 2016 By Reggie Marra, MA, ACC Most of us have heard some version of not criticizing someone else unless we’ve walked a mile in his or her shoes. My experience with this is that it’s been thrown around by so many of us for so long without any
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