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Quick Note - An Anniversary

Hi friends and faithful readers.  You may have noticed that I haven't posted in a while.  Alas, life has conspired against my finding much time to write.  But I didn't want to lose any good will I may have gained with you, so I wanted to send this little note to say that I'm working on some more pieces and aim to have the next one posted by the end of the month. 

I'm pleased to say that I just passed the one-year anniversary of my first post.  I started this blog as a vehicle for writing about some of the interesting things I get to experience as a narrative therapist.  Writing in such a public forum has been important to me as it's required that I think about my writing from the perspective of others: people real and imagined, known and unknown, critical, skeptical, open, curious, or just having stumbled in.  The main benefit to me, in addition to trying to imagine the many responses a given piece may elicit, has been that by "going public" I "get to" face the challenge of working on a piece -- revising, refining, throwing out and starting over -- until I feel good about having others read it.  So, thank you.  The fact that you're reading, and that some of you are even responding, questioning and engaging the ideas, is very helpful to me, and makes this whole process extremely satisfying.

2 comments:

  1. Kurt, I look forward to more of your reflections on these amazing ideas; thanks again for Friday's seminar....

    Scott

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  2. Hi Kurt, I'm also a Narrative therapist. I study with Joe Eron who co-wrote Narrative Solutions. It's great to be able to see your process at work. I'm particularly fond of the work you do with couples.
    I do a lot of work with people who have severe symptoms. I think it's fair to say the method works every bit as well with those folks as it does with individuals with milder problems.

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