Lyn Alderson

Copywriter, Journalist, Blogger

The Write Therapy (e-book)

The Write Therapy by Lyn Alderson

Lyn Alderson’s first e-book, the Write Therapy, discusses the fantastic benefits of therapeutic writing.

Did you know writing a journal can make you healthier? Not just healthier, but happier and more productive too!

If you have a chronic health condition or suffer from stress or depression, consider this amazing free therapy!

Many people have found they visit the doctor less- thanks to the power of expressive writing. Writing a journal can change your life in many different ways- and it’s a brilliant tool for unlocking creativity.

Force for healing

In The Write Therapy: How Keeping a Journal Can Make You Happier, Healthier and More Productive Lyn Alderson introduces journal writing as a dynamic force for healing.

Positive effects of private journal writing include:

Enhanced immune function

Improved mood (fewer symptoms of depression)

Increased happiness and emotional well-being

Better academic performance

Better working memory-the ability to carry out complex tasks (which makes us more productive)

Improved social relationships

Improvements for a range of chronic health conditions, including asthma, rheumatoid arthritis, IBS, AIDS, cancer and Lupus

And in further studies:

Post-traumatic Stress Disorder victims had fewer flashbacks and nightmares

Suicidal students had improved moods

People visited the GP and hospital less

Sporting performance improved

Women with body image disorders improved their perceptions of themselves

Liver patients had better blood test results for liver enzyme levels

High blood pressure patients had lower readings

Read this guide today and discover the power of expressive writing. Aim for a happier, healthier and more productive future- the Write way.

To purchase the book from Amazon, click HERE


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