FormerBlaine resident publishes book

Published on Thu, Mar 15, 2007 by Tara Nelson

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Former Blaine resident publishes book

By Tara Nelson

Sharing life’s experiences allows individuals to grow and heal, but not everyone feels comfortable talking face-to-face or joining a support group. But former Blaine resident Lisa Moeller thinks she has an answer. In her new book Healing A Life Unraveled, Moeller provides an opportunity for readers to journal their own experiences and pass it on to others who might benefit from their learned wisdom.

Moeller, an administrator at the Blaine police department, said the journal was inspired by a desire to help some close friends who experienced such traumatic events as a divorce and the loss of a child.
A brief and personal introduction yields to 240 blank pages for individuals to share their experiences through writing. By inviting the authors to pass it along, she said she hopes it will provide a way for people to connect with others.

“It’s based on the premise that there are certain experiences in life that only someone who’s been through them can really relate to,” she said. “It’s sort of like writing it down and throwing it away. But then someone else can benefit from it.”

Healing a Life Unraveled is available for $14.99 by visiting