Two years ago, I lost everything dear to me, including my mask of perfection. Now, I'm the most honest I have ever been.
This week, Jennifer explains how conditional love and support sets up others for performance anxiety and contingent self-esteem.
This week, Jennifer discusses how creative thinking makes us superheroes. Our superpower? Human ingenuity. Or, you know, doing what you love and doing it well.
This week, Jennifer gets up close and personal by answering quirky and serious questions with a bottle of wine.
This week, Jennifer explains how writing is a human creation, and therefore cannot act as a sanctuary from reality because it is a reflection of reality. Our issues are within us at all times, but the medium for approaching them can change.
Jennifer reads an excerpt from her unpublished YA novel called Battleground at Spring’s Light, the third annual prose and poetry fundraiser for the Linn-Benton Community College English Department.
This week, Jennifer shares how never having lost a loved one to death doesn’t change the imminent truth that someday it will happen. This video is in response to both THE FAULT IN OUR STARS movie trailer and the debut of Esther Earl's THIS STAR WON'T GO OUT celebration. John Green is a New York Times bestselling author who dedicated TFiOS to Esther, a young nerdfighter who died of cancer in 2010 at the age of sixteen.