(5/6/17) Wordsmiths & Readers of Tarrant Meeting

Not only is there data to support the notion that how frequently you read and write does, indeed, affect the quality of your mental health and how emotionally literate you have the potential of being, there is actually an organization that utilizes the method of journaling as a form of treatment for patients, which is used to combat a multitude of mental disorders.
I encourage you all to look into the studies I’ve linked above, by the way.
I had the pleasure of chatting with Nai Brown, aka Written Aspirations, a local published author of several novels, about how reading and writing affects the overall quality of our mental vigor but, also, how she, herself, used the practice of journaling as a form of therapy to cope with and heal from the traumatic experiences of her own life.
THIS AUDIO WAS RECORDED AT A “WORDSMITHS & READERS OF TARRANT” MEETING–A LOCAL WRITING GROUP THAT I LEAD.  

  Sincerely,

 

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