The Stormy Poet Podcast
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  • Welcome To the Official YouTube of The Stormy Poet

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    This is the official YouTube channel of The Stormy Poet.

    In case you are wondering, my pen name is attributed to my ongoing fascination with weather phenomena–one I have had since childhood–and how I relate the wide variety of subject matter I write about and my artistic creative process to it.

    The goal of this channel is to showcase my literary works, artistic inspirations, social commentary, lifestyle guidance and resources aimed at community improvement. As an author, I strive to utilize the language arts in a manner that most effectively portrays the many lessons of life.

    To view free poetry, essays, writing tips, and social commentary, or to purchase published materials, please feel free to follow "The Stormy Poet" on any of these platforms:

    Not only is there data to support the notion that how frequently you read and write does, indeed, affect the quality of your mental health and how emotionally literate (https://goo.gl/yjRdfq) you have the potential of being, but there is actually an organization (https://goo.gl/isw03k) that utilizes the method of journaling as a form of treatment for patients, which is used to combat a multitude of mental disorders.

    I encourage you all to look into the studies I've linked above, by the way.

    I had the pleasure of chatting with Nai Brown, aka Written Aspirations (https://goo.gl/DpHpTA), a local published author of several novels, about how reading and writing affects the overall quality of our mental vigor but, also, how she, herself, used the practice of journaling as a form of therapy to cope with and heal from the traumatic experiences of her own life.

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    • Why People Who Lack Forgiveness Are Single (L.L.T. #3) - Duration: 16 minutes.

      • 3 days ago
      • 18 views
      In this day and age, if one practices forgiveness on a consistent basis, it is seen as a weak, submissive, and opening yourself up for heartache, and many feel that forgiveness translates to just l...
    • Ladies, Stop Rewarding the Hoodfellas (L.L.T. #2) - Duration: 24 minutes.

      • 1 week ago
      • 16 views
      Ladies, here is why fetishizing hooded out behavior and equating a guy who is practicing ghetto lifestyle behavior with "manliness" is not only dangerous to you and other women but is also contribu...
    • Be Careful About What You Call Sexy (Podcast) - Duration: 22 minutes.

      • 2 weeks ago
      • 34 views
      Here is why we should be careful about what we define as “sexy” or “attractive” qualities in another person.

      Published Works - (https://goo.gl/y6zy45)
      Podcast: (https://SoundCloud.com/TheStormyPoe...
    • The Biggest Threats to Your Creative Spirit: Writing in a Chaotic World - Duration: 37 minutes.

      • 2 months ago
      • 50 views
      Even if you're not a writer, if you're struggling to find some sense of mental clarity in these strange times and if you're desperately searching for what your place is in helping to fix the madnes...
    • A Reading from the W.R.T. Meeting (8/5/17) - Duration: 4 minutes, 6 seconds.

      • 3 months ago
      • 19 views
      At every W.R.T. Meeting I host, on the first Saturday of every month, it is customary for the attendees to bring any form of literature or art that inspired them recently or any piece that has mov...
    • The Death of Critical Thinking: A Writer's Duty (Podcast) - Duration: 12 minutes.

      • 3 months ago
      • 30 views
      Just think about it. When it comes to making decisions in the areas that affect the quality of your life and a that affect the others in your community the most, such as politics, are you making t...
    • Why It's Important for Writers To Have a Literary Support Group - Duration: 38 minutes.

      • 3 months ago
      • 46 views
      As writers, we have the tendency to be very recluse when it comes to our craft.

      We tend not to share our work with others out of fear that they'll think it's stupid or that our unique experiences ...
    • Black Writers Have Almost No Literary Support Groups - Duration: 8 minutes, 43 seconds.

      • 4 months ago
      • 49 views
      Whether you are a writer who’s already on your 3rd or 4th novel or a novice who’s still getting their feet wet in the big wide world of literature, it’s vital to your overall growth and evolution a...
    • What Reading & Writing Can Do for Your Love Life - Duration: 24 minutes.

      • 4 months ago
      • 52 views
      The theme for July's W.R.T. meeting was "What Reading & Writing Can Do for Your Love Life."

      If you think how frequently you READ and WRITE doesn't have anything to do with the success of your love...
    • 5 Ways My New Book Can Add Value to Your Life - Duration: 12 minutes.

      • 5 months ago
      • 30 views
      Today, I wanted to speak about my recently published work and my intent behind composing the project.  I wrote my latest novel, "A Pale Face for a Collar: Testimonials of an Office" (https://goo.gl...
    • 3 Simple Tips for Those Who're Bad at Planning - Duration: 12 minutes.

      • 6 months ago
      • 44 views
      As I wrote in my blog recently (https://goo.gl/4PGSoq), when it comes to accomplishing the truly fulfilling and meaningful goals in life, success DOES NOT happen by accident. Just having talent an...
    • How Reading & Writing Plays into Your Mental Health - Duration: 19 minutes.

      • 6 months ago
      • 52 views
      Not only is there data to support the notion that how frequently you read and write does, indeed, affect the quality of your mental health and how emotionally literate (https://goo.gl/yjRdfq) you ...
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