Your story is ready to be heard. It is time to give a voice to your past and to share your story with others. You know you need to share it because it could help someone else experiencing what you experienced. Your words could be the flame that someone needs to light their path.

Even if you have hesitation to share your story, know this;

  • All stories are based in fiction, names and places changed so no one can seek retribution
  • The Love Story community is made of people like you who want to share their stories and have others relate and grow
The Love Story provides both an online journal and an online community of Journal-Artists designed to hold space for you to process the overwhelming flood of suppressed emotions and situations that lead to where you are right now. The beginning of treating mental challenges is creative expression. Through creative expression you will learn the catharsis of sharing your trauma. Explore how our journaling program will help you process that pain inside the genre of “Journal-Artism,” a writing modality that fuses journaling and journalism with the personal journey. The process of writing your story can free you and help you find happiness and peace. Reveal, deal, feel, and heal. 
Increase Emotional Intelligence

Expressive writing boosts our emotional intelligence by helping us find the words to share our experience. It is too easy to shun negative experiences and never truly process them, but when you do your mind benefits.

Gain Self-Respect

Self-respect can be earned through watching yourself write your story. Remember its your story and the only ‘right’ way to write it is by telling your truth.

Gain Self-Confidence

Your story is a testament to what you survived and grew from. Recognize your journey and pat yourself on the back. If you are not, you should be proud of what you’ve endured. Your confidence will increase as you get more comfortable sharing your story.

“For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known.” — 1 Corinthians 13:12, KJV
Expressive Writing is one of the most effective ways of transforming trauma into creative drama, to safely deal with shadows in the containment of narrative storytelling when journaling our truth inside fiction, and to validate our experiences while validating other people’s experiences.
There are three parts to the Love Story Program:
Part I: “now I know in part”—Deep listening for kindred resonances to become activated in the subconscious
Part II: “but then shall I know”—Journal 15 minutes distraction free
Part III: “even as also I am known” — Share & Resonate-edit
Part I

Over 750+ Journal Entries filtered by Shadow Keywords, designed to activate your subconscious.

The Health Benefits of Expressive Writing
Completed Books by Journal-Artists
Part II

Over 100+ Artist Interviews designed for you to resonate with by deep listening to another’s pain to passion journey.

Part III

Journal entries are shared among us, told in fiction, based on a true story. To start, you’ll need your own journal. Don’t have one? No problem! Download Your Free Love Story Digital Diary Here.

We are a community of Journal-Artists who have experienced heartbreak, trauma and grief. We are also working through the process of forgiveness. Be seen, be heard, be a part of. Begin the process of forgiveness on your own timing and pacing. Be among a community of kindred spirits who are hearing, supporting and understanding one another, peer-to-peer. 
  • Peer to peer
  • Journaling in fiction
  • Sharing trauma in fiction
  • Judgement-free zone
  • For us by us, community others working through trauma
Testimonials about Journaling in Act One

“You have the ability to just be like, ‘you know, this is my truth and if anybody doesn’t like it that’s fine because as far as they are concerned, everything that I’m saying is not real.’ It’s really helpful to know that people aren’t gonna to know what’s real, what’s not real, with what you write. You can release things and nobody will be the wiser about it.”

Chelsea Wolfe

“I want to go back and explore. Why did it happen when it happened. …Women often suppress their emotions…we think, ‘if I just swallowed that back, it’ll go away,’ and it’s like ‘Nope! Still here.’ and so I think I’m starting to really figure, I can’t swallow that back. I need to let things out.”

Dorothy England

“The point of journaling is to really just look inside and be like, ‘okay, what is this? Why am I feeling it? And what do I do with it?’ And that’s sort of what you have to ask yourself when you are journaling.”

Kali Paszkiewicz
The Producer's Playbook
In Honor of Eve's Fall

The Producer’s Playbook is designed to help you transform pain into purpose through the power of expressive writing in a Journal-Artist community.

In the process of journaling, you will become self-aware of your dual passions, pursuits, and purposes in life. You will become disciplined, inspired, and encouraged to choose the path of your true passion, pursuit, and purpose in life by exercising your free will.

You will transform your Pain into a Three-Act Tragedy, told in Fiction, Based on a True Story. In the process of writing, you will experience the catharsis needed to move forward in life.  You will stop living in the past and worrying about the future. Instead, you will begin living in the present and hoping for the future.

As a Journal-Artist, you will fuse the discipline of journaling with the craft of journalism to discover, experience, and inform your personal journey.