Expressing my feelings through writing is so much better.

Discussion in 'Nonfiction Writing' started by Thonette, Sep 6, 2018.

  1. Thonette

    Thonette New Member

    Do you also write a story to express your feelings?

    When I want something.. When I want something to come true.. I express it through writing.. In that way I can express all my emotions, my pain, my happiness, everything! It makes my burden to lighten up.

    -sorry for my errors -
  2. JHablado

    JHablado New Member

    Feelings sometimes are hard to express especially when it seems like no one could relate on you or no one cares, that's why writing is you're only best friend especially for introverts.
  3. This is true. You can really express your thoughts through writing. Its a good way to develop also good speaking skills. If you know how to write. You will also know how to speak better. Its because words are formulated in the mind first.

    Writing is a good way to express your thoughts and emotions. There are those who commit suicide they write to say goodbye before they commit it. Those written words are so full of emotions. Their thoughts are there on that piece of paper.
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  4. rgtompong

    rgtompong New Member

    I am a person who loves to write. I was able to express clearly the things I really want to say because of writing. Between Writing and Speaking, I am more comfortable with writing since i was able to write in details my emotions. My way of speaking is much better when it is in form of writing. Writing is something I enjoy. I enjoyed thinking and playing with words and establishing a powerful masterpiece that would create impact to my readers. I convey my heart when I write thus; it enables me to be the person I want to be when I write. Truely writing is something that makes my heart jump for joy beacuse of writing, one's heart was freed and one's emotions were well said.
  5. kthrn

    kthrn New Member

    Yes. I believe in that. Not all people can express themselves well verbally. Some are born with it some are don't but some people has it all. Way back in my younger years, I consider my self as a shy type person and because of that I love to express my self through writing. One time, i have this very close friend of mine, and because she was very special to me. I wrote a diary only for her with our memories together as friends becasue i believe there will come a time we will be apart but the memories will remain so i wrote everything in a diary and after i finished the whole pages of that diary, i gave it to her and you can imagine how happy she was that time. Well, its beneficial for me because i have developed my creativity, grammar and all. Someone even commented that i should become a journalist someday. But God has a better in store for me and that is to become a mother and a wife to a loving husband. And a writer in my own kind of way. :)
  6. simplyjoy

    simplyjoy New Member

    I have always been inclined to write even when I was young. It started out as a hobby mainly through writing poems. However as time passes by, I have gradually ignored it. But as I grow older it has become my refuge whenever I feel frustrated, scared, and disappointed. It has become my only confidant when I have no one to talk or could not express myself to others. More than as a passion, it has become a theraphy for my whirlpool of emotions until today.
  7. bradko2001

    bradko2001 New Member

    Writing is awesome, as sooner or later there will be some need for some pre-scripted dialogue. Pre-writing can break down and be broken down to math approach and re planned delivery.
  8. shaamei

    shaamei Member

    Since I was little, I had a hard time expressing how I truly feel. I think I created a cheerful personality for my family and friends. It's more like I have to keep this character so no one will worry about me. I always feel like I already know what will they say, and it will always be the same thing. So, most of the time I keep my problems all to myself. They have a lot of going on with their lives and I can't add any stupid and selfish problem on their plate.

    Then I discovered writing in journal where I can honestly speak my mind without a mask. I can express my darkest thoughts and darkest secrets guilt-free, unbiased and boldly. I think somehow it helped me lessen the burden I was carrying alone. But I have never write anything that was read by anyone. This is a first.

    Writing inspired me to be better. To really think deeper and assess my feelings and thoughts. To understand myself and those around me.
  9. When I was younger, I just tend to listen and follow everyone. And though I know that I do have a voice to speak up and tell them how I feel, I would always be thinking about how they'd be mad at me or how my opinions won't matter to them. So to let everything out, I've written poems and letters. I've had a diary and I still do now.

    Writing has always freed me. It helped me get through some of the darkest times of my life when it just felt like there's no one I can trust and no one would understand. It became an outlet of all the frustrations that I had and after writing it all out and after shedding a few tears here and there, I'd feel better. Writing is the best remedy, indeed.
  10. gobbledygook

    gobbledygook Member

    The same goes for me. I'm an introvert. I'm not really that much of a talker, I can express myself better through writing. If there's something I couldn't say to a person face to face, I put it in writing instead. It is my outlet. It feels good to just let your emotions pour out through written words.

    I used to write a lot when I was younger- random articles, poems, short stories etc. The only writing that I consistently do until now is on my journal.
  11. mmsveloso07

    mmsveloso07 New Member

    When I was in college I tend to write rather than speak. I used to have a journal where I put observations about the world in general. I keep planners that sort of become a diary to me because I really write long sentences and doodle. When I started working after university, I became a person who speaks more rather than write. I kind of forgot where to start. Recently, I bought a journal to start again. I want to balance my speaking and writing skills. I want to be able to express and put into words the ideas that I have in my mind.
  12. Rooneey

    Rooneey Member

    I agree, whenever i am upset or happy. I write it on my notebook. After i wrote how i feel, i felt relieved. Writing is my way of expressing my feelings. It makes me calm and think. When you express your feeling through writing you'll feel better. All the pain thats keeping you inside let it out.

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