Writing can heal wounds of the soul

@didi13 (2927)
Romania
February 6, 2012 3:25am CST
"Writing can heal wounds of the soul." Support this theory, in my view, is very true! And I do the same, I sit in front of a sheet of paper and start writing: my thoughts, hopes, even suffering. I do well, I "cure" can tell you, my peace, even if those lines can not be read by someone who never are addressed! I address her as the person would be in front of me and delivered me sometimes suffering what I feel, even through tears. For me is a very good remedy!
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@edsss17 (4398)
• Philippines
6 Feb 12
I used to write everything that I feel. EVERYTHING! Heartbreaks, love, happiness, lies and a lot of things. I used to write romance stories, but I don't know what happened. I find myself that can't even construct a sentence.. I became less motivated. But, its true. Writing can heal wounds... of the soul and the heart!
@didi13 (2927)
• Romania
6 Feb 12
Writing some thoughts you can not say out loud we do much good soul, the Spirit that he feels trapped. There were days and nights were when I felt empty soul, and I could not cry my unhappiness, and then take a notebook and wrote, I wrote everything I felt. Tears often streaming down my face, I stopped when I heard some noise, I did not want to see me crying children, hide my notebook and try to stifle one sigh. A white sheet is a universe waiting to be explored. Writing calms me, I gather wanderings, answer questions. Yes, the white sheet is my loneliness, my dreams, everything I'd like, why would I want to achieve. Thanks for response.
• Philippines
7 Feb 12
count me in... I find writing as a sedative to the daily rigors of life. It just gives me freedom to express my inner feelings which I could not have the courage to muster to voice out in the open. it's more of soul meditation to me.
@polaris77 (2020)
• Bacau, Romania
6 Feb 12
Writing is indeed a great therapy for the soul;sometimes,when you sit in front of a sheet of paper or even in front of the computer and feel the need to dedicate yourself to writing you manage to escape from the real world and travel with your imagination on distant and fantasy places,and this way forget al the troubles and hardships of a complicated existence and society.Writing is probably one of the best ways to reveal your true nature to yourself first of all and then to others who read your works.It is indeed a great remedy and I definitely find it refreshing,exciting,sometimes even entertaining;it's certainly one of the best ways to heal the wounds of the soul.
@didi13 (2927)
• Romania
7 Feb 12
Any person with feelings read between the lines and feel every word transmitted wave nice writing. I remember fondly when we read lots of books, and I was sure that each text to be analyzed, and each text to be extracted paragraphs that I marked, especially words and declarations of love, and wonderful descriptions about people, landscapes these paragraphs are easily outlined in pencil, stored on the cover page of the book underlined at the end of the book I carefully opened my notebook with my notes, and lie those paragraphs to be remembered every time when I felt the need to upload the positive energy. Those books still exist, and leaf through them, but very rarely, but there are thoughts made ??clear, beautiful images described for you, that heal my soul, every time. Thanks for response.
• Philippines
6 Feb 12
Yes it can. You can express anything and everything thru your writings. Once you let it go all the wound heals slightly.
@didi13 (2927)
• Romania
6 Feb 12
Yes, writing can heal the wounds of the soul ... For me, writing on paper thoughts, desires, dreams ... I do well. I reread them, and if I recompose ... It's like me not to completely dispel ... Thanks for response.
@dlpierce (476)
• United States
13 Feb 12
Writing can be very useful in relieving stress as well as other emotions. Poetry can help with grieving as in memorial poems. But just a simple journal can keep your thoughts collected so you can rid the ones you don't want floating around in your head. It's like write the hurts away by keeping them in another place where if you want to you can go back to them but otherwise erase them from your mind.
@cher913 (25895)
• Canada
10 Feb 12
i agree. you can pour out your heart on paper and no one is the wiser.
@inertia4 (27000)
• United States
9 Feb 12
I don't know of writing can heal the wounds of the soul. I think writing could get those feelings out, but not necesarily heal anything. Those feelings would still be inside of you. In order to heal the soul is to realize the situation, whatever it might be. And then come to terms with it. But I will agree that seeing those feelings in black and white are good for you to read and try to absorb. But writing is not the only thing that can aid you in healing. People can also help that process.
@soulist (2987)
• United States
6 Feb 12
Whenever I start to write it feels like a load has been lifted off my chest and I feel better. I enjoy writing out my feeling and emotions as i feel them. I Think writing everything out can help heal the soul as you get all the negative emotions out and allows our hearts to heal.
@dodo19 (29339)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
6 Feb 12
I really do have to agree with this theory. Writing has certainly helped me out, when I was feeling low, or something. It does help make you feel better, in my opinion. It's a form of therapy, in a way.
@banta78 (4335)
• India
6 Feb 12
Writing is great way to express yourselves and also to discover and connect with your inner self. It can be therapeutic. Helps you gain better perspective of life and self. By pouring your suppressed emotions and confusions on a piece of paper, you feel better.
@ronnyb (6125)
• Jamaica
6 Feb 12
Yes I too have found writing to be very therapeutic.I could be in a bad mood and just by starting tow rite a letter or some lyrics helps me to forget what I am going through.I had a friend who was trying toget over a relationship in which she felt as if she didnt get a chnace to get closure by saing how she felt and she took a piece of paper and wrote all the things she wanted to say and she told me after that she felt very relieved
6 Feb 12
I love writing too, it comes on automatic. It heals, it lets you express. I am all for it. Keep writing!