Kintsugi – Powerful Stories of Healing Trauma’s featured author is Jennifer DeLeon. Sale links below! This story published with Kink-E Magazine shortly before finding SinCyr Publishing, so we’re giving a big shout to Marabelle for creating such a wonderful fetish friendly and alternative lifestyle community!
I am blessed to be a conduit of messages and healing from the spirit world, the evolution of which, began in 2014 after a personal tragedy ended my occupation as a caregiver. My words are the magic through which I inspire others, to transmute tragedy. I am honored that my story, “The Resilience Plan”, was accepted for such a powerful anthology.
I was able to create a new career as a life coach for alternate relationships and lifestyles, aptly name, Life Coaching With A Twist. I now specialize in transitioning clients through the cuckoldry dynamic, with optimal satisfaction for all involved. https://www.lifecoachingwithatwist.com/.
My amazing partner and I are in the process of moving off-grid into, The Untainted Forest, where we are creating a magical, community refuge to help ease the suffering during THIS AMAZING REVOLUTION!
Kintsugi is the Japanese art of using gold (and other precious metals) to repair broken pottery. The ritual is complex, intentional, and contemplative. Upon completion, the once-broken vessels are made whole. They are stronger and possess a different type of beauty than before.
Kintsugi is the perfect metaphor for healing trauma.
Healing is multifarious. Not only does it require effort on the part of the survivor, but also those around them. The most effective healing takes place when there is a network of support. One where others can listen, witness pain, and hold space for the survivor.
This collection is designed to highlight the varying approaches to healing and to honor our individual needs along the way. Some authors are taking their first steps in these pages, while others share their successes in reclaiming their bodies, confidence, sexuality, and joy. Each story is unique – sometimes straightforward, but often counterintuitive (because if healing were simple or straightforward it would surely be easier).
Kintsugi is not for the faint of heart.