Writing is a creative way to improve mental health however like most medicines it should be taken regularly though it doesnt have to take hours to do having up to 20 quiet minutes every day for mindful writing will help ease your anxiety calm down your thoughts and emotions and bring peace to your mind. Writing well is a practical handbook of creative writing exercises which forms the basis of an indirect nonconfrontational approach specifically intended for therapeutic use within the mental health field although people with emotional or psychological problems can find creative writing particularly difficult and unsettling when writing courses are sensitively designed they are known to be of therapeutic benefit to people with mental health problems the exercises are taken from the . For teens writing can be therapeutic children and teenagers can use creative writing to express feelings and experiences that are too difficult or scary to communicate verbally many teens recovering from mental health challenges believe that there are certain things theyre supposed to say in talk therapy but the creative process bypasses that manipulation therefore teens are able to get to the heart of what theyre feeling more quickly in one. Its no secret that the writing profession carries with it a stereotype of the brilliant but depressed creative genius its a common assumption that poor mental health goes with the territory of being a good writer emotional depth and a heightened sense of empathy are characteristics that usually set writers apart however depression and anxiety do not have to be an inevitable part of a successful writers career so keep reading to prevent it being a part of yours
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