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I’ve been in the helping profession for over 25 years. But the truth is that this vocation has been a
part of me for as long as I can remember. My mom tells me stories about leaving me in the center
of the mall when I was a child to go shopping(on purpose, with full intent of returning for me)
and finding me engaged in a conversation with someone telling me the story of their life.
I spent the first part of my adult life talking for a living. These days I listen more than I talk. I
like this better.
I have also enjoyed the practice of writing. Whether I am journaling, writing short stories, or
blog entries, the act of stringing sentences and paragraphs together suits my introverted personality
quite well. That’s why I decided to write this short book. It’s a completely selfish venture designed
to combine two of my loves into one activity. Here you will find a collection of my writings
and photography from the last five years. There may be a secondary gain for you, the young
(or seasoned) helper. You may get a brief mental vacation or possibly a new perspective on an
old belief. You may also be encouraged to do some self-exploration into the deep recesses of
your own mind and motives.
Here's a couple of blanket disclaimers: 1. If you find anything offensive in this book, it's a typo
and unintended. 2. If you think I am wrong about some of my assertions, you're right. I am nothing
if not a collection of blind spots covered in skin.


About the Author

Larry Vaughan
larryvaughan Lexington, KY USA

Larry Vaughan, M.Ed., LPCC, CADC has been in the human service field for over 25 years. He currently resides in Lexington, KY, his hometown, where he operates a private practice serving adolescents and adults. He is also an adjunct faculty member at Lindsey Wilson College of Professional Counseling. In addition, Larry is the Program Coordinator for an outpatient facility that offers group counseling for the adult substance abuse population. Over the years, Larry has offered trainings and seminars in a variety of settings with audiences ranging from three to 10,000. When he is not working, Larry is spending time with his wife Emily (also a therapist) and his seven girls. His recreational pursuits include music, writing, mountain biking, photography, and kayaking.

Publish Date  June 02, 2011

Dimensions  Standard Landscape  98 pgs Standard Paper

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