Writing a journal may change your life. A journal consists of observations, insights, memories, impressions, and feelings. It can be a place of discovery, of learning, of emotional relief and insight. It is a way to discover what matters to you and even what and how you think. It will let you intensify and renew your pleasure in events and situations that have gone well. It will support your recovery (and the gaining of wisdom) from the times you wish had never happened. [Extracts from text]
Creative journal writing : the art and heart of reflection
by Dowrick, Stephanie
Penguin, New York, NY, 2009
Categories: Creative Arts, Health and Wellbeing
Subjects: Creative writing, Mental health, Personal experiences
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