Making the List: Writing & Healing Gains Significant Recognition

It feels like winning a Pulitzer Prize. James Pennebaker has included my book, Writing & Healing: A Mindful Guide for Cancer Survivors, in the recommended Reading List of his new book, Expressive Writing: Words that Heal.  To me, he is a hero, as the first psychologist to bring writing into the area of health research.

 

My book is with nineteen prominent titles. I am thrilled to have my book honored in this way.

 

 

 

Reading List from James Pennebaker’s Expressive Writing: Words that Heal

Page 2 of the reading list.

 

 

The Healing Power of Writing

Prompting the Healing Power of Writing

 

For the next few months I will be talking about writing and healing as a guest blogger at www.breastcancer.org. I post there about every six weeks.

 

The folks at Breastcancer.org love my book and see it, as I do, as being all about healing.  It could be used by any group or person, but since I am a cancer survivor, I chose to offer it to this population.

 

The blogs focus on the Sessions in my book, Writing & Healing: A Mindful Guide for Cancer Survivors.  As well, they will include a short exercise.

 

Just posted is my second guest blog post, “Prompting the Healing Power of Writing” It can be found here.

 

To follow will be “Healing Breath”in August.

 

The first blog post is “Writing & Healing: Using Mindfulness and Creativity to Become Whole Again“. Please check it out here.

 

 

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