Today, she works with women in the Franklin County Jail running a writing group.
“It has been a good, long time since this old familiar voice felt an impeding sense of dread,” she continued.
She read a piece that talks about her “dis-ease” and how she learned to “silence thoughts that had haunted” her. Hyson says she is now comfortable with herself. She also talked about how alone she has felt through the pandemic — just like everyone else — and that the old demons tried to return during this time of COVID, but the fear passed and she returned to gratitude… [CONTINUE READING]