• Becky B Koop, author photoStory Slam Dayton’s Grand Slam Champion, 2018. Becky qualified  two consecutive years to share a story on the Grand Slam stage.
  • Winner, 2016 Erma Bombeck Writing Competition, Local Human Interest, for her essay Revealing Ink. Her essay on helicoptering her own insecurities during Erma Workshops, Whim to Revelation, appears at HumorWriter.org, and her winning essay, Revealing Ink, appears in print at the University of Dayton Magazine.

Writer. Storyteller. Creativity Enthusiast. Boundary Puzzler.

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CopterDetox.com  and @CopterDetox

In her second decade of recovery since discovering a tendency spin like a whirling dervish, Becky still finds the occasional need to curb the urge. Writing as BeckyB, she explores the middle ground between over helping and under helping. Sharing her own stories, as well as experiences of anonymous readers seeking guidance, BeckyB explores the boundaries in each situation, offers confessions of overstep, empathy for motivation, and absolution for those willing to admit their own hovering urges.


Becky adapted a version of the AA 12-step program for helicopter addicts (‘copter parents and others). “I admit that I sometimes feel powerless over my urge to help my children, my in-law children, my grandchildren, my parents, my friends, and occasionally, even complete strangers.”  Join BeckyB in recovery.

Helicopter Mom - Silver Blades addedRecovering over helper.
Curb the urge – ground yourself.

 Speaking of urges, do you want to know more? Meet Becky