Latest Review of Freedom Writing! :D

Thanks so much to Amy Proebstel, for this amazing review of Freedom Writing. 😀
Amy B Proebstel

November 10, 2017

Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
“If you have ever wondered if you could ever get over an issue in your life, then you have come to the right place to make that happen. No longer will you be stuck with the feeling that your past holds you back from your future. Freedom Writing guides you beyond all of your fears, worries, pains, and limiting beliefs to show you how amazing you truly are! Share this book with everyone you love and everyone you hate. Make a difference! Begin writing your own freedom story. This book drives home one point very clearly: You are loved!”
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Rockstar, Jimmy Barnes uses writing therapy…

Hi everyone,

Recently, I watched Jimmy Barnes, an Australian/Scottish rockstar talk about his new autobiography “Working Class Boy” and how he came to tell his life story. He talked about the horrendous abuse, neglect and trauma he experienced as a child. The interview also revealed about how he contemplated suicide, even when he was extremely successful. Then he, through the help of his wife and family decided to confront his past and give up drinking and drugs.

He bravely embarked on this journey. What was interesting to me was that he said he started to see a therapist, and they suggested he write it all down. He said “I was only able to confront my past by writing it down, otherwise I would not have been able to confront all of the trauma. When I did, I felt like I could finally put it behind me.”

Men, please, please listen to the men who are discovering writing therapy. There are too many men suffering in silence, with trauma and pain. In writing therapy you do not have to speak about your trauma, although with a good counsellor this would be excellent, but you allow yourself freedom to write it down. Write down all of the ugly thoughts and feelings and memories. Then you can burn or throw it away, and you never have to show anyone. This is why men benefit more from writing therapy than even women do. Because men finally have the freedom to express these emotions they are feeling underneath.

You can express your emotions in a safe way, and nothing you have gone through will overwhelm you in writing therapy because you are in control of what you write. The main thing is you allow yourself to be completely honest and raw about what you have gone through and you are experiencing.

Thanks Jimmy Barnes, for being honest and raw and showing other men that to face your demons, and use writing to do this, is not a weak thing to do, on the contrary, it is the strongest thing to do! I am so happy to see that Jimmy Barnes has embraced writing therapy. My dream is that men and boys and women and girls all around the world will begin to use these simple techniques that are well established to free themselves from trauma and pain.

Thanks for reading! Have a beautiful day! 😀

If you want to know how to start using writing therapy you can download my short book here:

 

Freedom Writing available in print

Hello again,

I just wanted to let you know, Freedom Writing is available in print. I am an old school kind of girl and I prefer to read books in print. So here’s a link below for Freedom Writing in print. The Kindle version is easy to access but the print version is also easy as well, it is available on Amazon and is sold through various sellers. 🙂

Let me know what you think and feel free to leave a review as well on Amazon. Go well. 🙂

Freedom Writing Print Version

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If you want to obtain it as an e-book it is available in most countries from Amazon.com:

 

 

Freedom Writing for free, limited time…

Hello everyone,

My book Freedom Writing is available for free download from September 13-17. If you have been curious about writing therapy and wanted to try some exercises or learn about it, this is the perfect time.

Feel free to download it and try it out. I know you won’t regret utilising writing therapy, it has freed many people around the world. Go well. Suzanne 😀

My other new website is www.suzannestrong.com.au, check it out. 🙂

Freedom from the past…

Alex was dealing with many traumatic events from her past. I spoke to her about my book and she bought it and also was recommended to do writing therapy by a counsellor. By utilising simple writing therapy techniques, she discovered it could take her through this process, whilst still allowing her to feel safe. She bravely confronted many traumatic events from her past, with her faith, using writing therapy and she has been freed in a dramatic way. It has been amazing to see. 🙂

“I started this year using writing therapy as part of me dealing with some major traumatic experiences. I have experienced a great freedom to be able to write down what has just been pushed down for years. It hasn’t been easy, but with support I have seen great improvement in my emotional, physical and spiritual life. I love the way that you are in control of what you write. I would recommend it as it has changed my life for the better.”

 

People’s Experiences at Writing Therapy workshop

cropped-threegliders-2.jpgBelow is the response of some people who attended my most recent workshop.

Justin came to Australia from Congo as a refugee and had experienced many traumatic events, including losing his parents and having to flee with his brothers to safety from his war-torn country. Tia is a university student, she had experienced stress within relationships previously and was discovering herself as a person. This was their response to the writing therapy workshop.

Justin, Journalism Student

“I was expecting some sort of writing but what about exactly I had no idea. I didn’t know what to expect, it surprised me how easy it was to discover my emotions that I thought were not there. I was surprised with the things I was discovering as I was writing them.

Writing a letter to someone I found that challenging but I felt so good at the end.

I felt released, it helped me let me go of a lot of emotions I had. I felt positive after the workshop. I would definitely do more writing therapy. I think we should all do writing therapy workshops because it can definitely help a lot of people out there.”

Tia, Business Student

“I honestly didn’t know what to expect. My experience with the workshop was not what I expected. I have never heard of writing therapy and what it does to you. I didn’t expect writing therapy to be some form of remedy.

The part of the workshop I enjoyed the most was where I had to write descriptions of myself as a young child, a teenager and myself in the present. It made me feel overwhelmed but in a good way. I could see how far I have come over the years, and how matured I’ve become as an adult.

The part that was the most challenging was writing a letter to an old friend with whom there was an issue. Doing this I remembered past memories and conflict.  I felt very relieved after my experience with writing therapy. It made me understand where I currently am in life.

Before writing therapy, I had been feeling anxious about something that has been in the back of my mind for a very long time. After my experience with the therapy, I felt a sense of relief and less pressure on myself. I felt a lot more positive about myself, because I could finally face what I had been thinking about inside my mind.

I would 100% recommend writing therapy to other people!”

If you are interested in discovering the powerful secrets of writing therapy and how you can be free, you can purchase my short book on amazon as an e-book or in print. Click on the link below.

Freedom Writing -E-book on Amazon

Reviews of Freedom Writing – Amazon Australia

Freedom Writing – Amazon – Print Version