A person living in the modern world today faces more traumas and ordeals in a day than the entire lifetime of a similar person living a hundred years ago. Physically fit people are so mentally and emotionally disturbed that they are looking for a "magic pill for loneliness". But for most of us achieving mental composure is still not that easy. The "Expressive writing notebook" provides a practical outlet for the author to come to terms with the assortment of emotions that they may be feeling, without the fear of being criticized or judged. Louise encourages you to fill the pages with tears, resentments, ideas, goals, guilt, shame, gratitude, happiness, and most importantly love. You are your own best friend!
- 128 ruled lined single pages
- Casewrap binding
- 10 Daily Questions to ask yourself
- Rad artwork designed by Louise Ren