Write Your Way to Recovery

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Writing and Recovery

If you’ve ever put pen to paper to work through difficult feelings, you might already know how powerful words can be. In fact, creating and taking control of their own stories can help people to experience recovery. 

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lovely HIMself

Sunday M took 2 sleeping tablets by mistakelast night read more

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A Couple of Poems: A R...

Please note; this story makes reference to suicide

A couple of poems...full of hope (hopefully)......An Agony IgnoredThose things, you know, they ripped apart my childish soulGreedily grabbed and pulled out its beating heartThey chew...

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I am Recovering!

I've only just begun thinking around the idea that I'm actually in recovery.  Being around others with mental health issues and talking has brought this to the forefront of my mind. &...

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Home is where the heart is

I am in a garden, surrounded by a tall fence. It's a sunny day. Not a cloud in the sky. The grass is lush and full of life. A welcome warmth in contrast to the harrowing winter blizzards of yesterday. I try to soak in the sunshine, to take ...

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Ode to social Anxiety

Alone I sit awaiting my time to be called,A foreign place with faces I do not know,Anxi...

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Medicine

Medicine I can spot the difference tween a dip and a high, I can spread my wings, I now know how to fly, I can dive like a bomber, advance on my prey, they’ll be blitzed to the ground, toast the next day. But will I feel proud? Should I ke...

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