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3 Ways to Share Vulnerable Writing Without Throwing Up

“How do I know when what I want to share is inappropriate or will be looked at as unprofessional or TMI?” This’s the most common question in my writing workshops. And it’s based on old, conditioned beliefs that your real, raw, vulnerable and sometimes intensely traumatic experiences are inappropriate, unprofessional, or otherwise going to make you look bad to potential clients.

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