Why Do People Write about their Hard Lives and Negative Events from the Past?

Three benefits from writing about negative experiences and trying to heal from the past.

It’s a Hard Knocks Life!

Anyone who’s been following my hard knocks stories here on the site, will already know that I had a seriously troubled childhood, due to a drug-addicted mother. As you might imagine, that…

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Prolific Writer | Self-published Author | Insatiable Reader | Owns: DAILY JUSTISS Publication including OVER 500 diverse stories. “I publish every single day!”

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