I had to say thank you, thank you! Angela, you wouldn't believe the change in me. Over the past year, my marriage ended, and my son decided to live with his mother. I had surgery, and then I was let go from my job. I'm on medication for depression.
Before I bought your ebook, I couldn't write at all. I had the world's worst case of writer's block. Sitting down at the computer made me nauseous and dizzy.
One tip struck home, "10. Acknowledge the negatives in your life: they're golden opportunities":
No one has a perfect life. Therefore it's useful to be aware of negatives in your life because once you acknowledge the negatives, you can let them go. You don't have to do anything directly about negatives. In fact, if you struggle with a negative situation, it will tend to become worse, because you're giving it energy.
Your journal is a useful place to write down your "don't likes", whatever they may be. Don't be afraid to write about the negatives, even if it makes you anxious.
However, when you're writing, don't try to solve problems, or make lists of what you should do. Simply acknowledge.
Well, I did it. I wrote down everything negative. Everything. It was like a dam burst. Writing it all down released something.
Now I'm back to writing, like I used to write, but better. I'm writing MORE than I've ever written before. I had to let you know. Thank you from my soul.