Can you write to heal? Penelope Arnold hopes so.

This week, I discuss the necessity of celebrating, connecting to the community and staying active. I also speak with Penelope Arnold, whose story “The Imposter” got longlisted for the CBC writers’ prize. I was extra excited to speak with Arnold because she works in Orangeville, where I grew up.

We talk about anorexia, addiction, writing and missing home.

Refer to lots of addiction and health resources at The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) website.

You can also listen at SounderFM and your favourite podcast streamer.

About the author 

Tracey Arial
Unapologetically Canadian Tracey Arial promotes creative entrepreneurship as an author, cooperative business leader, gardener, family historian and podcaster.
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