Students – an intimate view into the mind of a peer, exposing both sources of vitality and elements of human frailty.
Educators – food for thought via interaction with creative ideas for liberation in the face of life’s struggles and ideas for empowerment in the search for personal fulfillment.
Parents – better support college students in their journey of self-definition, by providing a detailed and vulnerable look into one student’s creative experience.
Mental health counselors – gain a peek into the creativity, playful ideas and the sensitivity of an earnest and searching soul.
Support group leaders – learn first-hand how thoughtful reflection and creative writing can be the key to revitalizing, successful self-definition. Specific support group related topics include illness, relationships, family issues, bereavement, academic stress, finding balance, and social issues.
Creative writing class instructors – a detailed view into one student’s principles of embracing reading and writing as a larger part of one’s life, as well as built-in group discussion questions and creative writing prompts.
Student body leaders – an insightful view into the path and process of cognitive development and personal explorations that often occur during one’s college experiences.
Role models – creative solutions to the general struggles and search for joy in the conundrum of our cognitive existence.
Creative minds who enjoy reading – an enjoyable and entertaining read, filled with creativity, playful ideas and the sensitivity of an earnest and searching soul.