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February 07th 2020: Bouncing Back with N. John Shore Jr.

N. John Shore writes, "When love enters your life, everything changes. When love leaves your life, nothing does. Love flies away today and tomorrow you're exactly where you were before it left...relentlessly and inexplicably, life without love continues," (p. 33, Everywhere She's not, 2019, Laughing Moon Books). And what of our ability to separate ourselves from the reality that doesn't change? To dissociate from the tough emotions? And to distance ourselves from pain? We compartmentalize but then something happens to breaks us apart and reassemble ourselves again. Take the trip from com

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N. John Shore, Jr.

John Shore is author of the weekly, real-time serial novel, Ashes to Asheville published onlinhe by the Asheville Citizen-Times newspaper, for which he also writes a popular advice column, A Shore Thing. He has edited and ghostwritten several fiction and non-fiction bestsellers and his former blog received 300,000 + visitors per month. He disbanded it to focus on novel-writing. We'll hear about his process. Everywhere She’s Not is his first traditionally written novel.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/3933/dropping-in 02/10/2020 08:00 02/10/2020 09:00 Dropping In https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/3933/dropping-in N. John Shore writes, "When love enters your life, everything changes. When love leaves your life, nothing does. Love flies away today and tomorrow you're exactly where you were before it left...relentlessly and inexplicably, life without love continues," (p. 33, Everywhere She's not, 2019, Laughing Moon Books). And what of our ability to separate ourselves from the reality that doesn't change? To dissociate from the tough emotions? And to distance ourselves from pain? We compartmentalize but then something happens to breaks us apart and reassemble ourselves again. Take the trip from comparmentalizaing to allowing it all in with David, Shore's fictional character. The author's own tragic story forms the crux of his wisdom: He'll share both with us on this week's episode when we'll learn how he and his sister coped with the major loss of their mother in childhood, only to return to their lives. Question: Is it possible to bounce back, though not in the predictable ways to 100%? VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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