Increase your self-esteem by writing about difficult events (1 minute read)
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Increase your self-esteem by writing about difficult events:
One method for this is the psychologist Pennebaker’s exercise. This exercise is a way to help people deal with difficult events in their lives. It has in studies shown to help improve health and well-being in various studies.
If you are suffering from a serious trauma or feeling very resistant to this exercise you should not do this by yourself but together with a licensed therapist.
Think of an event or worry that has been most on your mind recently.
Set aside at least 15 minutes at the end of the day for 4 days in a row to write about your thoughts and feelings about that specific problem.
As you write, don’t pause or second-guess yourself, just write by hand without stopping.
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