The Power of Daily Writing in a Journal


From the Wall Street Journal:  Taking 15 or 20 minutes to write freely about emotions, secrets or upheaval can be a powerful tonic, says James Pennebaker, a psychology professor at the University of Texas and author of several books including “Writing to Heal.”

I keep a daily journal that’s the mirror of my soul.

In it I don’t worry about any self control.

I write my in-most thoughts and feelings, letting it hang out.

With my pen I whimper, grumble, sob, and sometimes shout.

The insight that I’ve gained from pouring out my private psyche

I’m selling to be put on running shoes produced by Nike.


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