To my readers,

One of the reasons why I started writing Left Brain Right was to teach people, through the use of slip-fiction, how to face fears, and other negative emotions, and learn how to replace them with more positive ones.

Recently, I became aware of the lack of access to counselors and psychologists that could help prevent mental breaks and emotional traumas. It seemed to me that access to those people were mostly for people who already experienced the break and/or trauma.

As a cancer survivor and someone who has experienced traumatic events, I’d like to focus on prevention. Don’t get me wrong, we need people and solutions for once an episode has occurred, but I feel that even more so we need access to things that could help prevent them in the first place.

So, my questions to you, my dear readers, should I continue Left Brain Right, or write a nonfiction book about how people can set goals, monitor progress, and use the tools of guided visualizations/meditations to help with recovery and/or prevention?

I really value your input.

Jennifer Engel

Our Greatest Fear —Marianne Williamson

it is our light not our darkness that most frightens us

Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate.
Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.

It is our light not our darkness that most frightens us.

We ask ourselves, who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous,
talented and fabulous?

Actually, who are you not to be?