"Give yourself permission to not figure it out. It's really scary to go from feeling like you understand everything to feeling like you understand nothing "
Krista Cox is a poet, Program Director of Lit Literary Collective, Associate Poetry Editor at Stirring: A Literary Collection and Pittsburgh Poetry Review. She's also on the Advisory Board for the Feminist Humanist Alliance.
She has an inspiring story to tell.
Following a traumatic experience in a relationship she spent years not feeling like herself. She explained it like a switch being flipped. When it begins to impact her son, the switch flips back. Her resilience and determination when she describes that moment were really inspiring to me. Her instincts kicked in.
Late in the interview she describes how she is "drawn to joy". I loved the way she explained that and found it to be incredibly hopeful!
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