Write Your Way to Recovery

Everyone has a story. Writing it down can help you in many different ways.

Write to Recovery is for anyone who has ever experienced some sort of distress, emotional difficulty or mental ill-health. It invites you to write your stories and experiences – and gives you tools to inspire you.

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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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Price I Pay

Sleep comes as no reliefIt gives grudgingly through gritted teethMaking sure there is a price to payIf i want to get through night to day It ensures it gives me nightmares and fearsMaking sure i wa...

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Inspiration

Blaine is my inspirationHe is also my determinationTo overcome my struggled pastAnd get busy living.....fast I want to see his future unfoldI want to see him as i grow oldFrom the first word...

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future
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Diffusing My Atomic Heart

Knowing how to diffuse an arsenal of emotions is part of my well being and education. As the pressing tide of illness sweeps back and forth I am conscious I must not yield to it.I must mitigate this flow somehow while coping with reality...

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Those mouse lung days are over

Those mouse sized lungs days are over. In my fabulous future things are very different. The big thing ( let's just call it BT) that plays on my mind day in day out is no longer as big. In fact it is rather small. So small that it can be ignored,...

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Breathing

Beating the Thief

…If you can fill each unforgiving minute with 6o seconds of distance run… Stephen wrote a brief history of it, Jules dreamed of traveling through it, some people waste it, when it is the most precious gift we ca...

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Fight back,
Struggle
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Aggrevation

     I am absolutely torn on what to do. I am 51 days clean and I have way too many heavy decisions to make in a mind that is still cloudy and in need of some serious healing. I have been pressured nearly everyday by family ...

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