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Re: Walking in This World- journalling llurpsienoodle

Posted by DAisym on June 6, 2008, at 19:27:10

In reply to Walking in This World- journalling, posted by llurpsienoodle on June 6, 2008, at 10:21:56

I'll look at the book - I'm always looking for other perspectives.

I do wonder, though, if some of these writers have either had a bad experience or no experience with therapy, or if it is a marketing "thing" to place their technique or theory away from psychotherapy. Almost like a "you can heal yourself - don't spend any money except on this!" kind of a banner. I don't know.

What I also have been thinking about is how everyone who writes - who truly falls in love with writing and sees writing as essential, writes about writing. I do it - I write...and then I write about writing. And there are a million books and articles about the value, joy and healing of writing. A book I read a long time ago was "Writers on Therapy" - which a very interesting exercise to read and then try to dublicate.

Like I don't have enough other things to do. :)




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