Expert Hubers and top-notch-writers: I’m a therapist writing hubs on evidence-based relationship, parenting and mental health advice. I’m a strong clinical writer and the content I’m providing is the best available scientifically. But I want to avoid jargon-heaviness that may turn readers away. Would you mind reading my hub on marital communication and/or my book review on the same topic, and provide corrective feedback towards stronger popular writing content and increased general clarity?
Thank you so much in advance for the feedback!
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