Marissa Kristal


Marissa Kristal has written for various print and online publications such as Time Out New York, Psychology Today, and to name a few. The genres she's covered range from health and wellness, to beauty and fashion, to dating and relationships, and the arts. Marissa served as the New York Editor of online arts and culture magazine, Boheme Verite, as well as the advice columnist at – a website geared towards teens and 20-somethings. But, as a self-proclaimed Chronicler of Life, Marissa's specialty—and passion—lies in nonfiction and memoir writing. Check out Marissa's mini memoir "What Doesn't Kill You" here:

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From Loss To Healing: Personal Tales About The First Year Of Bereavement
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 15,010. Language: English. Published: December 20, 2010. Categories: Nonfiction » Inspiration » Personal inspiration
In 2007, Marissa Kristal lost her father unexpectedly. The pain was excruciating and she didn't know how she'd recover. Kristal took her pen to paper and began to journal her journey from devastating loss to regained hope and healing. If you've lost someone you love, this book is for you. It is Kristal's hope that her personal process of mourning and coping may help you navigate your own.

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