THERAPEUTIC WRITING

A journey of finding meaning, finding healing, finding peace, letting go and moving on through expressive therapeutic writing

THERAPEUTIC WRITING

A journey of finding meaning, finding healing, finding peace, letting go and moving on through expressive therapeutic writing

Be the author of your story as you write to heal!

We all can write, especially our own story. Therapeutic writing is not about writing pretty sentences that are grammatically correct. Have you ever thought about putting your thoughts into words on paper? Why write at all?

  • Write to remember
  • Write to let go
  • Write to inspire and motivate
  • Write to instruct and teach

Expressive Therapeutic Writing

Expressive therapeutic writing is self- explanatory: expressing yourself through writing. It is the process of putting your thoughts, feelings and experiences into words. Expressive writing is what you are doing when you write in a journal or a diary, although now there is no limit on how to do it with modern technology. It can be done with a pen, a keyboard or even a smartphone.

Expressive writing is therapeutic because it is telling the truth from your perspective. Pen, paper, computer; however you want to write; Lay down your mind, open your heart, and allow words to pour out. It might be messy. It often is, the broken verses, the mangled memories. Sometimes what emerges from the rubble on the page, is a new perspective, a clarity of truth, a message needing to be heard. Even just by you alone connecting your mind, soul and spirit.

REVEALING BEAUTIFUL SCARS!

Revealing Beautiful Scars!

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Expressive Therapeutic Writing

Expressive Therapeutic Writing is self- explanatory: expressing yourself through writing. It is the process of putting your thoughts, feelings and experiences into words. Expressive writing is what you are doing when you write in a journal or a diary, although now there is no limit on how to do it with modern technology. It can be done with a pen, a keyboard or even a smartphone.

Expressive writing is therapeutic because it is telling the truth from your perspective. Pen, paper, computer; however you want to write; Lay down your mind, open your heart, and allow words to pour out. It might be messy. It often is, the broken verses, the mangled memories. Sometimes what emerges from the rubble on the page, is a new perspective, a clarity of truth, a message needing to be heard. Even just by you alone connecting your mind, soul and spirit.

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Book review: How Mum’s Death Sparked Off Thoughts Of Eternal Life: The Afterlife

My recently published book titled “How Mum’s Death Sparked Off Thoughts Of Eternal Life” was propelled by the death of my mum. Having witnessed her selfless, respectful, humble, forgiving life, dignified and love for the vulnerable in our community I thought someone must be a voice for the voiceless. We all know a philanthropist is a person who donates time, money, experience, skills or talent to help create a better world for others, and anyone can be a philanthropist, regardless of status. But mum’s philanthropic life of caring for the orphans, sick and suffering made me wonder how she could just die and be forgotten about. A woman who build accommodation, schools, Orphanage and clinic to better the community. I thought while she is dead she will speak through her deeds that I chronicled in this book. Her legacy should live after her. Thoughts of eternal life were also sparked off in me. I thought of what death is, where we go when we die, where is mum and what exactly happens after death. Good as she was will she attain everlasting life at the end of the times. She always said make sure your names are written in the Book of Life. How do we do that is the golden question? For more insights , please connect with Tsitsi and order her books,
Email: Tsitsi Dorcas Jongwe tdjongwe63@gmail.com

Links to order the books
1. How Mum’s Death Sparked Off Thoughts Of Eternal Life: The Afterlife https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1984589911/ref=cm_sw_r_wa_apa_i_rxZaFbWSM73KN

2. Irene Neddie Muyambi, the Virtuous Woman: An Inspiring True Story of a Wife of a Priest. Buried in a Private Chapel. The Aftermath of Her Departure https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1543487270/ref=cm_sw_r_wa_apa_i_.xZaFbB8FZPBY

3. Reverend Canon Lazarus Muyambi: The Story Of My Life https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1984589903/ref=cm_sw_r_wa_apa_i_oyZaFb0VT54SN

4 Christian Healing Mission in Gokwe, Zimbabwe. A Success Story.: The Works of Christ, the Healer in Gokwe https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1543487459/ref=cm_sw_r_wa_apa_i_EyZaFbGFRJ21G

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Revealing Beautiful Scars

Revealing beautiful scars tackles my journey after a near fatal accident, undergoing multiple surgeries, the post trauma psychology that came with it, and the long journey to physical recover.

Eagles do not walk, they soar! (I know who I am)

By Hadassah esther   Identity is very important virtue to teach a child. This is part of a series to teach children to embrace who they are as unique individuals. Self confidence is not so natural, some never expect to do anything much and will peg themselves at just...

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