#72. Inner Child Healing Through Writing & Poetry with Vianney Harelly


How can I connect with my inner child through poetry? 

How does creativity connect with my inner child? 

How can my inner healing unfold alongside a writing career? 

How can poetry heal my inner child? 

How can poetry help me heal from generational trauma?

In this episode, I sit with Vianney Harelly, writer, poet & content creator. We discuss writing poetry as a tool to connect and heal the inner child. Vianney shares her story of discovering her writing gifts and how this has helped her heal generational wounds and trauma. Vianney talks about Gloria Anzaldua, her identity as a “ni de aqui, ni de alla”  , her childhood in Tijuana, and moving to California for college. Vianney also shares what continues to inspire her writing career. 


You can purchase Vianney’s books on her website www.vianneyharellyc.com

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Disclaimer: This podcast episode does not treat or diagnose any physical or mental health condition. This episode does not substitute for health care or mental health services of any kind. Guests have a right to share their opinion and perspective and this does not constitute an endorsement of them or any entity they represent.


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