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.

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Writing therapy extremely important for men…

Hello again,

Recently, I discovered research that showed that men benefit the most from writing therapy. I have always suspected this would be the case, as men are possibly more reluctant to share their feelings and they may even feel ashamed as they feel they should be strong. In some cases they are not aware of their emotions until its too late.

Yesterday, I found out about the death of a bright, young beautiful student I used to teach at University. Suicide affects men three times more than women. This has shown me the importance of trying to get more men to do writing therapy, I know it can help them.

I am putting together the last chapter of my book about writing therapy, this will be available shortly. I want to show men they can use writing therapy and get rid of a lot of these negative messages they have in their heads. We shouldn’t be losing these beautiful, bright men because they feel there is no other choice than to end it. What a tragedy. Can you see what I am saying? Make sure you ask people in your life, men and women if they are ok, because you don’t want it to be too late.

Suzanne

 

Freedom Writing Handbook

My Freedom Writing Handbook introduces my own experience with writing therapy, details the benefits these techniques can provide physically, mentally and emotionally, reveals other people’s successful experiences and how writing therapy is present in movies, books and life.

Writing therapy has been researched for more than 30 years and researchers are finding more and more the manners in which writing therapy frees people.

You do not need to be a writer or good at writing, in fact you ignore grammar and you simply explore your deepest feelings about your stress and you don’t need to show the writing to anyone. In fact you need to know that this is private initially, if you choose to show others that’s fine too.

I have written about my experiences, the research about writing therapy, and other people’s experiences. In the last few chapters I have written exercises for you to do, and I have done these exercises with many people. I have seen people receive freedom from this simple process. That’s why I want to share it with you.

Simply go through the exercises and write down in a completely honest manner your answers and responses to these prompting questions. I guarantee if you do this you will discover things that are buried in your unconscious but that you didn’t realise were affecting your conscious life.

You can buy Freedom Writing on Amazon as an e-book now! 

It will be available in print also on Amazon soon. 

Have a lovely day. 😀

Suzanne