Turning a Wrong Into a “Write”!

Some people use their tongue like a sword but using your pen in place of your tongue will bring much better results.

One of the newest forms of healing is not really new at all. Writing Therapy has been around since 1970. Most people are simply not aware of the therapeutic results of writing or rather “journaling”. It may sound crazy but it works! Through Writing Therapy a person can relive and relieve all that ails. The trick (just like physical therapy) is to do it consistently.

With Writing Therapy you are the remedy. It is strictly personal and there isn’t a right or wrong way to express yourself. You can do it just about anywhere and it only requires 20 minutes a day. It doesn’t matter if you have ever written a letter or a recipe – anyone can do it.

When writing, you might find that you prefer poetry over storytelling, or humor over memoir. Maybe narrative will appeal to you. Maybe you will turn your writing into a story and who knows you just might just turn it into a best seller…!

Writing Therapy has been proven to relieve: abuse, disease, asthma, depression, arthritis, disorders and even trauma. It has also been proven to bring a positive change with heart rate, the immune system function, blood pressure, stress relief, infection and disease. It allows the author to gain control of their feelings and their life.

In this video, we hear from a few authors who give their advice. Although it might seem that they are talking to someone who is writing a story or a novel, their advice is appropriate for someone who is doing Writing Therapy as well.

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8 Responses to “Turning a Wrong Into a “Write”!”

  1. Masayo says:

    It is true about writing my thoughts to help own soul. I wrote a long letter to some one long time ago. I only wanted the person to know how I felt and the letter was about my anger towards this person. If we talk about it, never finish the sentence before anger voice arises on the both side. A year later I found the letter which I never sent. I re-read it and I’m glad that I didn’t send it. My anger is gone for a long time and it wasn’t really worth fighting over such a small thing. The life on the earth is too short and don’t want to waste anytime over anger towards someone or something. It only hurt yourself and nothing to gain. Thanks for the tips, I’ll start writing again.

  2. Hayward says:

    Masayo is right. I also find writing as an outlet to my heart and my inner soul. My thoughts smoldering within, with no one to share them with. It’s a relief valve to my accumulated hurts and emotions backed up behind the dam. Writing things down helps to slowly release some of that back pressure before the dam is breached. I’ve always liked writing, but many years ago when a clinical depression nearly killed me I used writing to help pull me out. Writing forces a degree of thought organization and clarity of thinking which can help identify problems–a first step to addressing, if not totally solving problems.

  3. fr john f texeira says:

    I AM FASCINATED BY THE LOVELY VIDEO CLIPPINGS INSPIRATION MANIFESTATION

    SENDS US IT IS SO WONDERFUL, VERY ENCOURAGING, POSITIVE APPROACH TO ALL

    SITUATIONS TO FACE , THERE IS NO ROOM FOR DISCOURAGEMENT, NOR TO LOSE HEART,

    NO ROOM TO GET DEPRESSED.

    ONLY ONE THING I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW HOW TO DOWN LOAD THESE THINGS TO STORE AND USE THEM TO SHARE WITH OTHERS??

    CAN ANY ONE HELP ME???

    FR TEX

  4. jo folini says:

    I LOVE,ADORE WRITING….ITS BEEN A DREAM OF MINE….BUT FINANCE HAS ALWAYS BEEN A CHALLENGE…TKS 4 UR ADVICE…JO.MALTA.XXX

  5. Mary says:

    writing is wonderful relief. idid it earlier; iwould do it again . thanks for reminding me.

  6. Katharina says:

    My love of writing and how it has helped me during difficult times has led me to believe that one of the best things we can do for our children and grandchildren is to instill in them a love of writing from the earliest age. As grandparents it can be a wonderful sharing experience, reading things they have written, and to see the pleasure on their faces at our response. Parents are often time poor, and we can do so much to foster and nuture this invaluable skill as they grow and develop. The reward is knowing how much pleasure it will bring them, and how much it could help them later in their lives – what a legacy to leave them.

  7. Well I did it, now I have to re-do it.

  8. Aristi says:

    Dear Sirs,
    I am trying to write a book, and seem to lose my way with notes, chapters, and an easy to follow flow of events and information. Is there software to REALLY assist in this?
    Thank you for the anticipated assistance, and HAPPY NEW YEAR.

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