Sometimes writing will make you feel better right?
July 1, 2011 10:25pm CST
No matter what it is ,write down your feeling then it wouldn't be so hard to stand. Thanks for pen and paper existing. But I dont like to wirte diary. Because there's always someday nothing happened or someday you don't feel the mood to write. Now I changed my writing habit into write the events that trigger my emotion change. Write down the bad feelings and the good feelings and what's truely going on and solution to the problems. It helps me to see through the world and myself.So what kinda writing type you are?
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16 Aug 11
Definitely I agree with you. Writing makes me feel better especially when I'm in a depressed mode. Through writing I am able to express my feelings. Though I admit I am not an expert writer and I just discovered it just recently that I can write just like any writer in the world. Now I am not developing my writing skills and I can say that I love what I'm doing right now.
2 Jul 11
Yes, I agree with you that writing makes us feel better especially after an emotional turmoil. Actually, it is a therapy for people who considered writing an outlet to vent emotions. On the other hand, it is also advisable that when we are angry, we should not write to anyone there and then what we feel, because sometimes you may regret what you have written to the person concerned. You could not anymore undo what you have done.
2 Jul 11
I agree with you.Writing make me feel better and have no burdened.I love to write abstrack but now I'm active as article writing.The activity of searching new topic, learn and write it out make me leave my lonely and problem.I feel so much better after that.
2 Jul 11
I'm the type of person who keeps a journal, write down special events and varying emotions in my life. I write down to express things that I couldn't tell to people close to me. I write down my frustrations and anguish. It does help me feel better and somehow calms me down. That's why I couldn't give up on writing.
• United States
2 Jul 11
I wish I had done a diary, but never took the time to do it. I love writing. I find myself learning about things even when I thought I already knew everything about the subject. But you are right writing down your feelings and going back whether you are in a bad or good mood and comparing to how you felt at the time, it sometimes help you understand why you felt a certain way at that time. I now work online for clients and write articles for them. I never knew I could still learn and I am turning 59. But with the variety of articles offered I find myself all through the realm of learning. I sincerely do love to write. Have a wonderful day and WELCOME TO MYLOT!