Writing As Therapy - Affairs
Writing As Therapy - Affairs Writing As Therapy - Affairs Writing As Therapy - Affairs

We use the word ‘affairs’ to refer to one of two very important, yet very different, concepts: either private passions – risky flings that unfold to the side of our main commitments – or else highly important matters of business, economic and political life. Either way, affairs need to be recorded in a place that’s discrete yet allows for expansion and elaboration. You can confess to either, or indeed both, in this journal.

Writing As Therapy:-

We have so many vague feelings of hurt, envy, anxiety, and regret, but for the most part we never stop to make sense of them. It’s too uncomfortable, and especially difficult because we are so often busy and frazzled, hyperconnected yet a bit lonely. 

To really understand what we feel and think, we must turn away from distractions, common sense, and other people’s opinions. We need to develop intimacy with ourselves. Our unthought thoughts contain clues as to our needs and our longer-term direction. Writing them out is key. 

Through writing, we recognise patterns to observe and, perhaps, outgrow. We can strategise – a remarkably neglected task. We can ask ourselves why we make the choices we do. We can question faulty narratives and create new ones. We can consider ideas before we commit to them, reinforce good ideas we already know. Writing is ultimately the task of discovering and developing what we think. There could hardly be a more important personal goal. 

A5 Linen bound notebook | 210mm x 148mm |192 pages| 100grm Munken paper with printed dot grid 

 

 

 
£15.00