Write To Make It Right: How to Overcome Stress And Anger Using The Healing Power of Journaling

Write To Make It Right: How to Overcome Stress And Anger Using The Healing Power Of Journaling
What personal discipline do many of the world’s greatest leaders of the past and present have in common? It is the practice of writing a daily journal, not just about the events around them, but the inner workings of their hearts and minds!

For many centuries, great authors and statesmen have kept journals. Modern therapists often require their patients to keep a written journal as a part of their healing and recovery. So what’s so special about keeping a journal? What’s the difference between a diary kept by a teenaged girl and a journal kept by her mother? You can almost answer that yourself. The young girl will focus on what’s going on around her with hardly a comment about what’s happening inside. A more mature person brings it together and is able to reflect deeply on how they feel. Keeping a journal is a skill and an art that you can learn. It will give you some tremendous benefits. This book will walk you through the process of learning how to make the most of life through use of your own journal.

In Write to make it right, you will learn:Eight benefits of journaling – everything from reducing anxiety to goal-settingWhy journaling heals and leads to personal growthHow journaling relieves stressSome tips on how to personalize your journalPrompts to point out the wide variety in what you can and should include in your journalWhen to sit down and write your journalFive practical tips to motivate and guide your first steps in journaling.The author, Lakeysha-Marie Green, has made the art and skill of journaling accessible for anyone. Her practical tips and guidance demonstrate the whys and hows of recording and releasing the frustrations and struggles of the past, dreaming and setting goals for the future, and contemplating the present moment of life.

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3 Comments

  1. Eye opener! Much needed advice! I was extremely stressed due to my job. Writing for a newspaper is one of the most stressful jobs you can have; short deadlines, you can’t be ill or be late. Besides that writing about sad and depressing news also changed my mood. But thanks to Lakeysha-Marie Green I could change my life and separate work from personal life. Many useful tips are included to stop being stressed and start being happy again. You have to try it out! It certainly helped me.

  2. Very short journaling pep talk This book is very brief, and designed to help encourage you to pick up journal writing, touting the emotional benefits for safe, private self expression. There’s not much to it… it reads like a long, easy to read essay. Bit of a disappointment, but not particularly “bad”… just not a lot of useful meat to it. It might be sufficient push for someone starting out with journaling, but I found it left me more overwhelmed by their proposals than aided.

  3. Expressing through Journaling As an ESL teacher to foreign students, this book is a great resource for me to introduce writing a journal and expressing one’s self through writing. I am definitely using this book during my lessons. In fact, I already have highlighted the necessary details that I’m planning to share.

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