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Tipo: materialTypeLabelLibro - General
Ubicación Física: 616.891656 / P412

Expressive writing : words that heal /

Autor: Pennebaker, James W.
Otros Autores: Evans, John.
Pié de imprenta: Enumclaw : Idyll Arbor. 2014.
Descripción: 198 páginas ; 16 x 23 cm.
ISBN: 9781611580464.
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Nota de Bibliografía: Incluye bibliografía.
Contenido: I. The essentials of writing for health. 1. Why write about trauma or emotional upheaval? 2. How can we get ready to write? 3. What are the basic writing techniques? 4. How can we look back at our writing? II. Experimenting with writing. 5. Writing to reak mental blocks. 6. Writing to appreciate the good in a sometimes bad world. 7. Writing and editing your story. 8. Writing to change perspectives. 9. Writing in different contexts. 10. Writing creative with fiction, poetry, dance, and art. III. Transform your health: writing to heal. 11. Expressive writing. 12. Transactional writing. 13. Poetic writing. 14. Story telling. 15. Affirmative writing. 16. Legacy writing. 17. Conclusions.
Resumen: Expressive Writing: Words that Heal provides research results, in layman's terms, which demonstrate how and when expressive writing can improve health. It explains why writing can often be more helpful than talking when dealing with trauma, and it prepares the reader for their writing experience. The book looks at the most serious issues and helps the reader process them. From the instructions: ''Write about what keeps you awake at night. The emotional upheaval bothering you the most and keeping you awake at night is a good place to start writing.''Escritura expresiva: Words that Heal proporciona resultados de investigación, en términos sencillos, que demuestran cómo y cuándo la escritura expresiva puede mejorar la salud. Explica por qué la escritura a menudo puede ser más útil que hablar cuando se trata de un trauma, y prepara al lector para su experiencia de escritura. El libro analiza los problemas más graves y ayuda al lector a procesarlos. De las instrucciones: '' Escribe sobre lo que te mantiene despierto por la noche. El trastorno emocional que más te molesta y te mantiene despierto por la noche es un buen lugar para comenzar a escribir ".

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I. The essentials of writing for health. 1. Why write about trauma or emotional upheaval? 2. How can we get ready to write? 3. What are the basic writing techniques? 4. How can we look back at our writing? II. Experimenting with writing. 5. Writing to reak mental blocks. 6. Writing to appreciate the good in a sometimes bad world. 7. Writing and editing your story. 8. Writing to change perspectives. 9. Writing in different contexts. 10. Writing creative with fiction, poetry, dance, and art. III. Transform your health: writing to heal. 11. Expressive writing. 12. Transactional writing. 13. Poetic writing. 14. Story telling. 15. Affirmative writing. 16. Legacy writing. 17. Conclusions.

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Expressive Writing: Words that Heal provides research results, in layman's terms, which demonstrate how and when expressive writing can improve health. It explains why writing can often be more helpful than talking when dealing with trauma, and it prepares the reader for their writing experience. The book looks at the most serious issues and helps the reader process them. From the instructions: ''Write about what keeps you awake at night. The emotional upheaval bothering you the most and keeping you awake at night is a good place to start writing.''

Escritura expresiva: Words that Heal proporciona resultados de investigación, en términos sencillos, que demuestran cómo y cuándo la escritura expresiva puede mejorar la salud. Explica por qué la escritura a menudo puede ser más útil que hablar cuando se trata de un trauma, y prepara al lector para su experiencia de escritura. El libro analiza los problemas más graves y ayuda al lector a procesarlos. De las instrucciones: '' Escribe sobre lo que te mantiene despierto por la noche. El trastorno emocional que más te molesta y te mantiene despierto por la noche es un buen lugar para comenzar a escribir ".

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