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Pieces of me

Inspiration for those who warrior on


Friends,

You may have noticed that I haven’t been writing much lately. I’ve been wrestling with my depression, and like so many of us sexual assault survivors, I’ve been struggling with those memories and stirred up emotions. I’ve written about it, but am not ready to share yet.

Today, however, is a good day, and I have something most exciting to share. I’ve just had an article published on one of my personal favorite sites, tinybuddha.com.

Here’s the link to the article: CLICK!

A brief background, though. In July, I made it my goal to submit some blog articles to other sites and get published outside of my little pieces-of-me blog. I did that. This is the third article that has been published on another site, now.

This one, however, had a rocky start. I submitted it to three other websites, which all turned it down. After each submission, I rewrote it, tweaked it, and thought about posting it here for my audience rather than put it out there to be rejected again.

The topic of beauty in brokenness just wouldn’t leave me alone, and I felt like it was the kind of topic to which a broader audience could connect. So, I stuck with it. After the third rejection and rewrite, I was convinced that it was good now. Like really good. I not only decided to submit it once more, but to an even bigger and broader-based blog site than the other three had been. Tinybuddha.com!

The process behind getting this article to light of day has itself been a story of brokenness to beauty.

I’d love to hear what you think of the final product.

 

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October 11, 2018

4 thoughts on “Brokenness to beauty: My tinybuddha.com article

  1. Bradley Fowler says:

    It’s an amazing article! What fools declined such a well-written, personal and uplifting story? I battle clinical depression and have been writing in hopes to share my story and help others. You’ve helped me, you’ve inspired me. Thank you very much for sharing, there IS beauty in brokenness!

    Sincerely,
    Brad Fowler

    1. becca says:

      Thank you so much! Yes, keep writing! It helps so much.

  2. Carol says:

    I loved your article on tinybuddha! Your idea of beauty in brokenness makes so much sense. Thank you!!

    1. becca says:

      Thank you!

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