If you feel ignored, or that your work is futile, Jennifer Garam is worth listening to. Worth listening to about running out of money, dealing with (what she sees as) obscurity. Hoping for acceptance. Not finding it. And how to cope with that.
She writes for the Huffington Post and Psychology Today, which is impressive, but still there’s that nagging self doubt, along with the desire for a larger audience, signs of adulation …
That don’t come. So what do you do? Jennifer says, “Have a greater purpose … Remember that somewhere, someone cares.” And more. Not the usual platitudes. She spells it out, and does so with humility and wisdom.
We’re thin on advice at Lines for Life. We try to be good listeners for people who call in crisis. We like to listen long enough that we can help callers find their OWN best way. But every now and then something comes along that feels like it just has to be shared. So if you’re in the ‘I need some good advice’ mood, feeling isolated or unappreciated for what you do, Jennifer Garam is on the line.