How Your Brain’s Right Hemisphere Can Transform You And Why It Doesn’t (Part I)

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Trigger warning: Parental sexual abuse ahead.

I’m afraid to live, that’s the real issue. Afraid of what’s to come and what it will mean….Always afraid of meaning. I had a piece planned for this space today but threw it out. I didn’t like where it was going and I didn’t know who I was writing to.

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CEO, Punt On Point Media, Two Master’s degrees: Communication/Marketing + Directing for Film & TV. I write at the intersection of trauma/mental health/culture.

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Amy Punt

Amy Punt

CEO, Punt On Point Media, Two Master’s degrees: Communication/Marketing + Directing for Film & TV. I write at the intersection of trauma/mental health/culture.

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