It may sound too good to be true, just journal for emotional healing. Can simply putting pen to paper really help you make sense of your story? Help you recover from abuse? Create healthy emotional balance that allows you not just to survive, but to thrive?
Short answer? Yes!
I am not just saying that either. “Many psychological and medical studies have shown that writing about difficulties and dreams helps people experience increased happiness, health, and productivity” (from Heal By Writing About Your Trauma by Randi Kreger). Click here to read more….
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