Author Archive for Amy Eden

The Kind Self-Healing Book – Preface

I’m going to post this and attempt not to apologize about it being a rough draft and not yet copyedited or proofread and all that, but I began the year with the motto that I would be willing to make a fool of myself and that I would “ride the wild donkey” as well – [...]

What was the Context? Context, Love, and Empathy

What was the context?

The past two weeks I’ve been reading and giving feedback on a manuscript for a book about context and design. Context means “the circumstances that form the setting for an event, statement, or idea, and in terms of which it can be fully understood and assessed.” The book will be aimed at people who work [...]

“Crafting Your Environment” sample page from The Kind Self-Healing Book

Sample activity page from The Kind Self-Healing Book.

I’m sharing this sample activity from my book. It’s part of the last section, which focuses on ways to create a nurturing environment. And these are the book’s 5 promises: Working through the book will itself be an act of healing and The Kind Self-Healing Book offers help with: • Learn the process of cultivating [...]

My Interview with Empowering Solutions about the book project for The Kind Self-Healing Book

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I got the opportunity to talk about my book this morning with Susan Smith on Blog Talk Radio. So cool. We just wrapped up a 30-minute interview on her show Empowering Solutions! We discussed my book project, The Kind Self-Healing Book, and the IndieGoGo campaign for it. You can watch my project video about the [...]

TheFix.com Featured my Post “They Did the Best They Could”

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I’ve received a lot of comments on my post about the phrase ‘They did the best they could,” and recovery site TheFix.com just picked it up on their site – very exciting! Here’s the piece: On the phrase: They Did The Best They Could. Have you watched my video about my let’s-make-it-a-book for The Kind [...]