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How Wounds for the Innocent Changed my Life

I'm not being dramatic when I say this, I truly mean it. WFTI changed my life forever and I hope it can do the same for you. That’s the power of literature right? The power to emotionally intricate and immerse someone into a reality unlike their own? It is this very power that inspired my latest sessions and I will tell you all about it. Specifically in this blog post, however, we will be looking at how WFTI helped me see the bigger picture of a situation that changed my life.

First of all, I found closure with a recent situation that affected me and changed me. Which is quite frankly the reason I have not been posting much. Nonetheless, I don’t want to share names or details but I will give enough for you to understand. Because this is essential if you are looking to write as a therapeutic coping mechanism. Or simply make writing that leaves an impact.

First of all, it helped me realize some people just will not change. No matter how hard you try. However, on the other hand, it helped me realize I should value the good memories I shared with this person but let them go at the same time and move on. Which I am. Finally, I will say it helped me realize none of this is my fault and like Diane’s situation, completely out of my control.

So I am sorry for the more personal blog post but I will post one more blog post today about the scene I am referring to in this one.

Till next time.

Matt Gorrell (creator of


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