Writing down our thoughts and feelings can help in many ways. It can provide relief from intense emotions, help slow down and/or clarify our thoughts, and just be generally helpful to ‘get it out’.
Sharing what we write with others helps them as well. Being able to read about how other people feel helps us to know we are not alone and can give words to our own experiences.
A Tree That Survived Winter by Laura Ballard
Anatomy Of A Nervous Breakdown by John D. Halliwell
Crying Is As Good As It Gets by J.A.M.
Depression: Is It Contagious by Grant Aitken
Fighting Depression by I Care
Finding My Way Around Hell by Laura Ballard
Understanding Hallucinations by Moonlight
Looking Out Windows by Caramel
My Wild Trip Into Mania by Moonlight
Mental Illness – I Will Be Okay by Sacredrose
Motivation – Who Motivates The Motivator? by Alan
Perhaps If I Explain It Like This by Laura Ballard
Please Don’t Laugh Behind My Back by Moonlight
Robin’s True Story and Testimony by Robin
Schizophrenia by Moonlight
Some Thoughts On The Sources Of My Depression by Nigel H. Sinnott
The Terror Of Words by Peter
To Never Be Me Again by Moonlight
When A Bandaid Wont Do by Moonlight
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