Cornelia Maude Spelman

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Cornelia Maude Spelman, MSW, is a writer, artist, and former therapist who writes about emotions and healthy relationships.

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Cornelia Maude Spelman Just sit down for a fixed period of time and be ready. Dedicate time to writing, don't wait for "inspiration."
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“Oh, he's a sweet thing and I love him so--and I love life--and everything's beautiful!”
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“Then, whenever I feel the sun on my face, I will think of you, " I told him. "You will always be with me, Bill. Because of all I have felt for you, and all I have learned from you.”
Cornelia Maude Spelman, Missing: A Memoir

“When I feel angry, I want to say something mean, or yell, or hit. But feeling like I want to is not the same as doing it. Feeling can't hurt anyone or get me into trouble, but doing can." (Bunny from picture book)”
Cornelia Maude Spelman, When I Feel Angry

“It could not have been easy for Mother, an only child, to grow up without a father and with a mother who was remote. Photos of her as a child show her extremely dressed up --Cornie's beautiful little doll. But a daughter, unlike a doll, grows up, and might fall in love with and marry someone her mother does not like; she becomes an individual with her own ideas.”
Cornelia Maude Spelman

“When I feel angry, I want to say something mean, or yell, or hit. But feeling like I want to is not the same as doing it. Feeling can't hurt anyone or get me into trouble, but doing can." (Bunny from picture book)”
Cornelia Maude Spelman, When I Feel Angry

“Then, whenever I feel the sun on my face, I will think of you, " I told him. "You will always be with me, Bill. Because of all I have felt for you, and all I have learned from you.”
Cornelia Maude Spelman, Missing: A Memoir

“It could not have been easy for Mother, an only child, to grow up without a father and with a mother who was remote. Photos of her as a child show her extremely dressed up --Cornie's beautiful little doll. But a daughter, unlike a doll, grows up, and might fall in love with and marry someone her mother does not like; she becomes an individual with her own ideas.”
Cornelia Maude Spelman

“Oh, he's a sweet thing and I love him so--and I love life--and everything's beautiful!”
Cornelia Spelman




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