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Book details
  • Genre:SELF-HELP
  • SubGenre:Creativity
  • Language:English
  • Pages:80
  • eBook ISBN:9781618421654

Words That I Can't Say

A Workbook For Journal Therapy

by Huishan Oh

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Words That I Can't Say is a tool to help express yourself and your life for that carthartic experience through journaling. Reflections come as a part of the process of journal therapy and Oh Huishan, the author, holds your hand through every step of the way when you put this book into use. From her own journaling experience, Huishan has come up with an honest approach to helping her readers in their own life paths. Create that safe personal space to ponder and soothe that inner longing to be heard. You are your own best friend!
Have you ever felt so full of emotions and thoughts and just don't know how to express yourself? Maybe you might feel that no one much understands you and you long for that sacred personal space where you can feel safe when expressing your life experiences and innermost thoughts and feelings. Journal Therapy is a perfect solution. Blogging is fast becoming a daily practice amongst people everywhere in this day and age but is blogging better than journaling in a physical notebook or diary? As long as you preserve your own safety in terms of your privacy, journal therapy can be physical or electronic. Words That I Can't Say aims to be a tool that helps provide guidelines in your carthartic experience in expressing yourself.
About the author
Oh Huishan (31st October 1981) is a self published author and a stress management coach by training. She dropped out of diploma school and so her highest level of qualification is the O Levels with 8 subject passes. Oh Huishan is an ex new age junkie turned Christian turned current devoted follower of Goddess of Mercy. Due to combating with her long term ailment, the mental condition schizophrenia since being diagnosed in 2004, she decided to use writing as an anchor amidst her chaos and inner turmoil. From barely being able to write her own name to self publishing her debut book "Words That I Can't Say --- A Workbook For Journal Therapy", she has found writing to be very therapeutic. Her concentration span is improving as the days go by and it was because of the inability to focus for too long that she produced a short debut book. The print version of "Words That I Can't Say --- A Workbook For Journal Therapy" is now available via online book retailers based in 22 countries in USA, UK, Europe, Australia and Asia. It is also in 14 local Singapore National Libraries, with an addition of 3 tertiary school libraries namely National University of Singapore, Nanyang Polytechnic and Ngee Ann Polytechnic. Her 2nd book "What Comes Naturally... Before I Forget" is a short collection of lyrical prose and short stories and it is available as print and as an ebook. Listening to music all day long is a daily must for her. She simply cannot do without music. Sometimes when medication numbs her feelings, she listens to emotional songs and feels like a normal person again. At other times, she just listens to music to imagine about what next she should write. It helps her with inspiration. Meaningful lyrics of songs helps to give her inspiration too! To find out more about Oh Huishan, visit her official author website www.ohhuishan.com and go to www.ohhuishanbooks.com to check out the list of online retail bookstores her book is being sold in.