fbpx

Tag Archive: writing practice

Jun 25 2020

30 Ways a Writing Practice Can Help Trauma Recovery

So, I’m embarking on a writing practice. I’m planning to write at least 10 minutes a day, stream of consciousness, censorship and judgment-free, incorporating body awareness at times to improve groundedness. I went over Seven Benefits of a Writing Practice in my last article, but in the process of learning about writing practice, I’ve actually …

Continue reading »

Jun 20 2020

Book Review: Writing Ourselves Whole by Jen Cross

This is a book review of Writing Ourselves Whole: Using the Power of Your Own Creativity to Recover and Heal from Sexual Trauma by Jen Cross in which I discuss Seven Benefits of a Writing Practice, go over my personal experience reading the book and list some of my favorite quotes. I recommend the book …

Continue reading »

Nov 17 2019

Living on the Edge – Snapshots of Life with PTSD: The Wondrous Yellow Roses

In this blog post, there is a short story about riding the train to a therapy appointment and afterwards, there is a Discussion about the following 5 Topics related to PTSD: (1) Merging with the Environment / Unity Consciousness coupled paradoxically with a sense of Disconnection and Alienation from other people and the process of healing Boundaries and Relationships, (2) The Wiped Memory / Amnesia of one’s past prior to the traumatic events and how it gradually comes back, (3) A Heightened Sense Of The Danger and unpredictability of reality, (4) Sensory Hypersensitivity, and (5) Therapist Search – the challenges related to trying to ind a trauma therapist.

Mar 08 2018

Why I’m Starting a Writing Practice to Heal from Grief and Trauma (Poetry: “What I Want My Words to Do”)

I haven’t written for my blog in a long time because I haven’t had the spirit to write; I’ve been exhausted, sick and depressed most of the time over the winter. The weight of the trauma and PTSD crushed my writing spirit entirely. So, I’m going to jump start my writing spirit not by trying …

Continue reading »