Author Brittany Means discusses her memoir “Hell If We Don’t Change Our Ways,” which covers Brittany’s difficult childhood, the abuse she endured, and her journey of overcoming obstacles and achieving success. Means shares how writing has been a form of processing and healing for her and hopes her story can inspire others.
In This Episode, Michelle Talks About…
- Writing can be a powerful tool for processing and healing past traumas.
- Overcoming obstacles and achieving success is possible, even under challenging circumstances.
- Sharing one’s story can inspire and help others who may be going through similar experiences.
Writing as a tool for processing and healing
Brittany discusses how writing has been a form of processing and healing for her, allowing her to compartmentalize and make sense of her experiences. She shares that writing has been a part of her life since childhood and has been a way to express herself and process difficult emotions.
Overcoming obstacles and achieving success
Sharing one’s story
Brittany’s memoir is a powerful example of how sharing one’s story can inspire and help others who may be going through similar experiences. Brittany hopes that her story can help others feel less alone and realize that they can overcome obstacles and achieve their dreams.