Writing is therapy

For me, writing is cathartic.
I love blogging. Its my go to when I need to vent, or when I want to share something. This community is amazing. Always so supportive.
I’ve been blogging since 2012, back then I had another blog, I always blogged about mental health, disability and general life updates though.
For me, writing is therapy. Its a way to release my feelings.
I love sharing my poetry, asking my carol anne asks questions, and writing deeper posts about what is going on for me.
I thank all of you for continuing to read, like, and comment on what I post. It really means so much to me. As long as I have readers, I will continue to blog.


Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

10 thoughts on “Writing is therapy”

  1. I totally agree that writing is therapy. When my mom was living with us, we got into many family discussions that sometimes touched some raw nerves…even after 60+ years. I was asking her about my dad and things I had an idea happened, but she wouldn’t talk about them, claiming they were too painful. I tried to get her to write about those things, promising her I would not look at it until after she passed. I told her to yell, cuss, scream, call whomever you’re mad at names, whatever. Tell them you are worth something and you made something of yourself. But, try as I might she refused to go as far as I eanted her to. I took up writing my blog and a three part fiction series on what we talked about. It gave me a lot of release to do it. No one has read it yet, but it’s finished.

    Good luck with your writing.

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  2. I’ve been writing short horror stories and posting them on Reddit. My goal is one story a week, so far I’ve been doing a little better than that, but I’m having trouble getting an idea for the next one.

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