Listen to this 20-minute conversation about what happens when we ask for help when we’re in the dark, when we reach out to ask someone for what we want/need, when we don’t try to hide from our shame, and when we allow ourselves our shared humanity.
If you’ve ever had trouble asking for help or asking for something you want, I encourage you to listen. You’ve likely heard me use the phrase “Celebrating in the Dark,” and this conversation is a wonderful example of how to let the light flood into dark corners of our lives.
Alison Luterman is the author of three books of poetry, an e-book of personal essays, and a number of plays. You can purchase her books on Amazon and find out more about her work on her website.