When you feel your best you do your best!
Writing for Well-Being: Guide and Workbook has brief writing exercises that:
This workbook draws upon the pioneering work of James W. Pennebaker and others, which shows the effectiveness of specific, structured writing approaches in improving health, happiness and well-being. It includes guidance and prompts used with permission of psychology professor John Evans, Ed.Ds, as well as my own prompts, ideas and suggestions developed through my own work in leading others in writing for well-being.
It doesn't cost a lot to write for well-being. All you need is openness, interest, and something to write with.
It doesn't take a lot of time. Writing for periods of 5-20 minutes at a time, at a frequency that suits your schedule brings beneficial results.
The workbook provides:
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