Writing emotions speeds wound healing!

The evidence against repressing difficult emotions keeps on stacking up…

A fascinating piece on 25th April edition of Radio 4’s mental health magazine programme ‘All In The Mind’ about a new study that shows once more that simply writing about how you feel can speed up wound healing.

Although the effect has been known since James Pennebaker’s studies in the 1980’s, this is the first study to demonstrate that expressive writing after an injury can aid healing as much as doing it in advance of a wound.

You can listen or download it here – http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08n2wcz

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