Depression & More Creative?; Sensitive and Creative ebook; Marie Forleo video training series

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“Though my dark side is dormant right now, it continues to play a big role in whatever capacity I have to be creative.”Jessica Lange

Can such a profoundly challenging mental health issue like depression actually have some benefit for the many creative people who suffer from it?

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Being Highly Sensitive and Creative

This is a screenshot of the Interactive Ebook version of my book “Being Highly Sensitive and Creative” – Viewing it on a computer, you can easily move around the book clicking thumbnail images, or “turning” the pages using a mouse, zoom in or out, and play videos within the same window. Also available for mobile devices.
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Marie Forleo video training series

Photo: Marie Forleo notes: “Sir Richard Branson invited me to South Africa to mentor other young entrepreneurs in the art of creative hustle at his Centre for Entrepreneurship.”

Marie Forleo notes about her new [free] training videos: “They are more in-depth than what I usually have time for on our weekly show, and also more intimate — kind of like having me personally coach you in the comfort of your own home.” http://theinnerentrepreneur.com/RHHB

See her video on Working Moms on my Facebook page
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Creativity and Trauma radio show excerpt

Excerpt from radio program hosted by Michele Rosenthal. “Is there a correlation between trauma and creativity? Can creativity actually help you overcome trauma? If you’re not a ‘creative person’, can you utilize elements of creativity in recovery?”

// See related article for link to full length program, plus multiple quotes by Halle Berry, Marlene Azoulai, Charlize Theron, SARK, Charles Durning and others: Creative People and Trauma
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February 10th, 2013