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    It has been years since my father passed away from cancer. Mourning him was difficult. What helped me through the grieving process was keeping a journal where I wrote...
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  • This is such a helpful group... good information and support! I did set up a web page with a blog (daphneq.com) as I started writing my novel. It's therapeutic and als...
  • Hi Tracy, People who write professionally sometimes underestimate the value of therapeutic writing. Kat Crew is right to say writing can be cathartic or a burden. Sti...

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    I am a survivor. I am a Mom of two teenage kids and a Wife of a dedicated hardworking Man. I am a massage therapist, essential oils consultant and an environmentalist...
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    Hi Chantal. Thank you for your message. I’m sorry for the delay in getting back to you. I have not checked my account on here for a few months. For me, a spiritual pat...

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  • It may be that Daniel Smith is very focused on providing a book that will inform his audience and not trying to solve an internal problem on the page. I just asked my...
  • Appreciate the discussion on reliving past hurts through writing. I've always been of the mindset that writing about these events is therapeutic. It has been for me in...
  • Blogs can be very therapeutic.  Not a bad thing.  Beats the cost of therapy, doesn't it?  I have many blogs and write for company blogs also.  My "funny" blog, as I like to call it, is my therapy.  I love watching for things that happen every day to write about.