Everyone Needs Therapy The blog is a reflection of multi-disciplinary scholarship, academic degrees, and all kinds of letters after my name to make me feel big. The blog is NOT to diagnose, treat, or replace human to human legal, psychological or medical professional help. References to people, with the exception of myself, and events except those about me, and even some of those, are entirely fictional. I have to write the letter.
Meg Dowell I have always been shy and, admittedly, a little self-conscious. The same thing always happens when I sit down and pour out my heart in a letter I save somewhere on my computer or in a journal without ever looking at it again.
All my thoughts and feelings — positive or negative — intensify. And then they level out. They work in mysterious ways. That self-consciousness, that layer of protection you hide beneath, vanishes.
You can say whatever you want — whatever you need — to say. A few times I have sent letters I at first never intended to send. A few times I have regretted it; once it was the right choice. But in time you learn that words are personal. Sometimes the intimacy that comes with spilling those words out onto paper is worth sharing.
But we cannot let that possibility of it not being worth it stop us from writing down how we feel anyway. Sometimes, there are things that need to be said to someone, even if they cannot hear them.
Something amazing happens when we communicate a message, even if it is never decoded by the intended receiver. In writing what we would say, we start to feel whole again. But sometimes, they mean so much more, somewhere deep inside the soul. Meg is the creator of Novelty Revisions, dedicated to helping writers put their ideas into words.
Image courtesy of pixabay.But I keep hoping that somehow, that by some miracle, one day you’ll realize that I am someone you could love.
I am someone who would hold your hand unexpectedly, who would laugh at all your bad jokes loudly, who would take care of you when you’re sick, who would give up everything and move across the world for you, and with you. Because I am foolish and stupid and irrational, and totally and completely .
Feel free to send me your feedback, along with an actual letter you wrote (or segments from one) and I will publish them anonymously for the benefit of my lovely readers. In this way, you can inspire someone else to write a letter they need to write and not send.
About Jeanine Cerundolo. Jeanine is a workshop facilitator, personal development coach, writer/poet, and Kripalu yoga instructor who lives in New York City. With former experience in social work and education, she believes that much lasting change in our world begins from the inside out.
Why Write a Letter That You'll Never Send Lyrics: We don't write letters any more / There ain't the time or place / But a friend of mine wrote something / Like a letter yesterday / . It is my hope, however, that this list of 10 reasons to write letters will inspire you to pick up your pen and write to someone.
It can be a near-novel, or it can be two sentences on the back of a postcard. chances are if you write a letter, you’ll get a letter back. even if you’re sending mail for a totally banal reason, you never.
Nov 09, · How to Write a Letter. In this Article: Article Summary Sample Letters Writing a Formal Letter Writing an Informal Letter Community Q&A.
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