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In Unwritten Letters, Segalove describes the art of correspondence as a ...
In Unwritten Letters, Segalove describes the art of correspondence as a journaling method. By expressing love, guilt, fear, anger, sadness, gratitude, or any other emotion through letters, Segalove shows how we can finally say those things we wish we could have said without the ramifications we had always feared. Whom might we write? Everyone from an unborn child to a piano teacher who recognized our talent to the boss who made life rough.
In addition, Segalove includes ways to write letters that will vanquish any reluctance, as well as writing prompts that give helpful hints for getting started:
-- I'll never forgive you for ...
-- I never really thanked you for ...
-- You changed my life when ...
Segalove's own experiences in writing letters and the anecdotes of others make Unwritten Letters a real guide for healing and growth through handwritten letters. Tear-out pages give writers a way to either mail or destroy their communications when they'd rather not keep them bound in the book.
Posted May 25, 2008
This 312 page book is bringing out every loving, caring, misfourtion, wish, disappointment, heart brake, confession, thank you letters and things I wish I could change and any other letters that I never wrote before due to emotion or not understanding the situation I was in till I actually wrote the letter. After only filling in the blanks on the first 2 pages, I know I was hooked. You will be in for a real treat with your 'Blank Book:Unwritten Letters' choice.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 24, 2002
I bought this book about 3 years ago hoping to find a way to let out some hidden emotions that I let build up inside me. This book has stood the test of time. I think I am a better person because now I've found a new way to vent. Write it down.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 22, 2001
Posted August 29, 2000
This book is great because it allows you to get all of your feelings out on paper...with out you having to tourture yourself. Instead prompts are given in the fashion of letter writing and you can address the interest however you would like without getting sidetracked by other issues. This is a beautifully simple and successful self help book if you are into that sort of thing!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.