Wednesday, March 15, 2023


Another coping skill I use is writing.  I really enjoy journaling, blogging, writing poetry and writing a monthly newsletter.

I participated in a program through the University of Iowa called, “The Patient Voice Project.”  This program paired someone with a chronic illness and a student at the Writers’ Workshop.  

I met some very fine people through this program.  I also learned a lot about poetry.

If you would like more information about my writing projects, you can email me:  Or you can visit my site:

Mark Hanley

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