Archives For Therapeutic writing

Looking after your wellbeing in Black History Month. Make time for you. For more details and booking: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/looking-after-your-wellbeing-with-writing-exercises-and-reflections-tickets-124428550143

Writing Your Future

June 22, 2020
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/words-for-wellbeing-online-tickets-98217919441

There are lots of horrible things happening in the world at present and it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and powerless. I believe each of us have a part to play in bringing about a better world.

Join me for the fourth in this series of online writing workshops where we will look forward and try to write the future you would like to create, for yourself and others.

#writingyour future Book Here

Please book early to avoid disappointment – spaces are limited to make it comfortable for everyone. Look forward to connecting with you.

Finding your own words

March 14, 2020

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Therapeutic writing – on identity

Identity is such a big concept that it can be difficult to get a hold of.

We share a human story, but our individual identities are unique and varied.

What does identity mean to you?

It might be the story of your origins, the background to your life. This would include ancestral links, ethnicity, culture, religion, first language, place of birth, sexuality and so on. Already this may throw up several identity leanings that support or conflict with each other.

But there is also a place for how we lead our lives now. Our identities could be linked to our passions and pursuits, who and what we choose to spend time on.

Then there are the people who have helped to raise, socialise and shape us into the people we are today. They have helped us to develop a sense of self. For some this role was done by parents. But for others it could be someone in the extended family, a teacher, a youth leader or a coach or the first boss.

Perhaps we’re still seeking and haven’t settled on an identity.

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Perhaps there is conflict in how we see ourselves and how the world identifies us

Perhaps we’re hoping some future self – slimmer, fitter, kinder, richer – will be our real identity.

Or maybe we are becoming true to our core identity, but the process is uncomfortable and messy.

Whether we think it or not we often tell ourselves stories of who we are and who we’re not.

Where are you and the concept of your identity?

Join me to spend some time thinking and writing about this in my next workshop. Book here.

If you missed the workshop you can get a copy of this book , An A-Z for your life, discovering and revealing who you are today where you will be guided to reflect on different aspects of your identity. It’s a good place to start. Let me know how you get on.

Writing your story

March 8, 2019

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life writing

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