Feb 26, 2018

Emotional Wound Thesaurus Sample Entry ~ WRITERS HELPING WRITERS®

Sourced from The Emotional Wound Thesaurus: A Writer’s Guide to Psychological Trauma  (Now Available in Print & Digital) ACCIDENTALLY KILLING SOMEONE EXAMPLES Driving a car in which a passenger, pedestrian, or cyclist is killed Unknowingly serving food to someone who’s … Continue reading →

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