Broken and Blessed

A Memoir How I Combatted Memory Loss by Empowering Therapeutic Writing

About the Book

Step into an inspiring true story of one woman’s battle with amnesia and discover the healing power of writing.

Broken and Blessed delves into the scary world of memory loss because of Dissociative Amnesia, retracing author Zen Toronto’s journey through this worrying condition and illuminating the profound strategies and mindsets she used to free herself from fear.

Equal parts spiritual and scientific, you’ll discover the medical mystery behind Transient Global / Dissociative Amnesia, how this condition continues to puzzle scientists and doctors, along with the holistic path Zen used to reclaim control of her life and her mind.

As a testament to the power of writing therapy, this book details how amnesia sufferers can break the bonds of memory loss and enrich their lives through writing exercises. With journal prompts to spark your inspiration and plenty of authentic advice from Zen’s story, Broken and Blessed is a comforting read that will give solace to anybody struggling with memory issues.

Echoing an enduring message of hope, this therapeutic autobiography offers practical advice that readers can incorporate into their daily experience, providing a detailed overview of Transient Global Amnesia and the steps we can take to manage it. And how to get over it by diving deeper into the world of Creative Writing as a therapeutic tool belt to reclaim our memory loss, to flip unfortunate into a fortunate and meaningful life.

By the end of this book, you should have mastered each step, and are ready to start your own steps towards a more meaningful goal, there are options wide open, you can start writing journals, autobiographies, memoirs, or nonfiction, in short. Whatever genre you like and are in tune with it, even if you’ve never written an article before.

***When you are ready to transform your life, to rebuild a meaningful life, don’t wait, take action NOW.

Remember, Time is free but not yours, no one guarantee tomorrow will be ours.

About the Author

Zen Toronto is a survivor battling memory loss due to dissociative amnesia by empowering Creative Writing as self-healing, unlocking self-motivating and self-encouraging to dive deeper into the path of therapeutic writing, which has led her to become one of AMZ’s best-selling authors.

After struggling relentlessly to break the bonds of dreadful amnesia and embarking on an arduous journey to uplift her soul and rebuild her life, she is determined to share her experiences with others.

Zen hopes to inspire and move readers through her artwork, showing them that no matter what struggles you’re facing in life, it’s possible to find happiness and begin creating a better future.

Through her books, you create a never-ending compassion loop — owing to all the royalties from her books for support of Orphanages and Children’s NGOs.

Qn 1: Can you tell us more about your book What is it about?

A Memoir of everything I have done for more than 6 years combating loss of memory by empowering creative writing, which has led me to become one of AMZ’s bestselling authors.

Qn 2: Who do you think would be interested in this book, is it directed at any particular market?

I wrote this memoir with the aim, to show those of you who have the same problem as me, that we can break the bonds of terrible fear, and build a new and better life by empowering Creative Writing. However, this book is also suitable for coaches who want to help others with memory issues

Qn 3: What guidance would you offer to someone new, or trying to enhance their writing?

I am a transformational writer, mainly therapeutic writing, so for those of you who are interested in writing this topic, please read this book, at the end of this book, you will know the most effective technique to start writing a therapeutic Journal / Autobiography / Memoir for self-healing, or helping others, even if you’ve never written an article before.

Qn 4: Where can our readers find out more about you, do you have a website, or a way to be contacted?

Should you have any questions related to therapeutic creative writing, please feel free to DMs me through my Instagram @zen.toronto

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