Do you journal or blog on a regular basis? If you don’t you could be missing out on some very good benefits. There has been significant research done that proves it is good for you. The University of Austin Texas psychologist and researcher James Pennebaker says that regular journaling strengthens immune cells, called T-lymphocytes.
But health benefits aside, those people who write on a regular basis, know how good it feels to release all of the thoughts and emotions that they have pent up inside. It can relieve any kind of stress that you are feeling or just calm your busy mind. I don’t journal but I do have several blogs that I write for regularly and I am also self-publishing author. Writing about difficult periods in my life has been an excellent form of therapy for me. It can be for you also.
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