Wednesday, February 18, 2009

In Tears? Then Write a Journal!

It may sound kooky, but tears have to go somewhere - and your grief has to find a refuge. Why not try journal writing? In this article, Kathleen Adams gives us tips on how to maintain a journal to manage sadness and tragedy.

A journal allows you to get your emotions out - and if it's the traditional journal of ink, black lines, and white paper, you don't need to write for an audience. All you need is to let it all go, to speak from your heart, and not to worry about being judged. The best writers, after all, are those who turn their lives around and use their personal tragedies to make themselves - and their world - better.

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