Who does online therapy appeal to? Who can make the most use of it? Is it just a next-best for people who cannot access ‘proper’ face to face therapy services, or might it actually be ideally suited to certain personality types?
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This is the first time I have touched the computer for over a week. Life seems a lot more spacious, and slower. I am making a new yearâ€™s resolution. I am going to write letters again…
Writing poetry can be a practice of mindful awareness — but does anyone else want to read it?
Writing is a great way to get yourself unstuck. The first thing that comes into your head will do. Just write whatever comes into your head and however it does so. The therapeutic thing in this is freedom from the internal censor, or critic, just bypassing him or her completely, because all you have to do is keep writing, not be good or be bad, just keep going.