“Imperfect” (How I Utilized the Energy of Depression to Write a Book)

Coming soon on Inside the Minds Eye Podcast:

A conversation with Jennifer Ann Butler- writer, doodler, and intuitively spiritual savant.

Butler has spent most of her life struggling with depression. Last October, she began the arduous process of weaning herself off of anti-depressants. 

After her medications had been discontinued completely, she began to experience emotions that had left her, for lack of a better word, confused.

Intense feelings of happiness and sadness mixed with random bouts of existential angst. 

Jen re-formatted her life to allow for a holistic means of self-care. Exercising, healthy eating, and a regiment of transparent honesty in the face of complex emotional adversity.

Mindfulness.

Jen began to redirect her thoughts towards positive affirmations while maintaining honest and open communication.

She used her writing, and her voice, to share these feelings with a network of people experiencing similar afflictions of the mind.

During this journey, she managed to funnel her energy into a book titled, “Imperfect” (How I Utilized the Energy of Depression to Write a Book).

The book is finished and is currently being crowd funded for self-publication.

Here is the link if you wanna throw some love towards realizing a life-long dream:

http://www.gofundme.com/imperfectbook

If you donate 25 dollars towards publication, Jen will sign a fresh copy of the book and send it directly to you. 

And, if you wanna read more about Jen, visit her website: 

www.JenniferAnnButler.com

Jennifer Butler is a writer whose primary focus is connecting and inspiring through unabashed honesty. She looks forward to utilizing her story and approach to do inspirational speaking so as to help others embrace their sensitivities. She enjoys hugging trees, picking up litter, and talking to her dog, Floyd. Check out her blog at: 

www.jenniferannbutler.com.

  

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