Writing as a Way of Healing: How Telling Our Stories Transforms Our Lives
Louise DeSalvo (Author)
DescriptionIn this inspiring book, based on her twenty years of research, highly acclaimed author and teacher Louise DeSalvo reveals the healing power of writing. DeSalvo shows how anyone can use writing as a way to heal the emotional and physical wounds that are an inevitable part of life. Contrary to what most self-help books claim, just writing won't help you; in fact, there's abundant evidence that the wrong kind of writing can be damaging. DeSalvo's program is based on the best available and most recent scientific studies about the efficacy of using writing as a restorative tool. With insight and wit, she illuminates how writers, from Virginia Woolf to Henry Miller to Audre Lorde to Isabel Allende, have been transformed by the writing process. Writing as a Way of Healing includes valuable advice and practical techniques to guide and inspire both experienced and beginning writers.
March 17, 2000
5.58 X 0.68 X 8.32 inches | 0.69 pounds
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About the Author
Louise DeSalvo is the author of several books, including Adultery, Virginia Woolf, and Vertigo. She is professor of English at Hunter College and divides her time between Teaneck, New Jersey, and Sag Harbor, New York.
An exquisite gift of grace. It will help you write yourself out of the wilderness of pain and denial into Wholeness. --Sarah Ban Breathnach, author of Simple Abundance