Posted Wednesday, October 10, 2007
Fifteen years of research--and an awful lot of human experience--have found that writing in a journal might not just feel good... it may actually make you healthier. Sheppard Kominars knows this firsthand: He journaled his way through cancer treatment seven years ago. Kominars says journaling isn't just for self-described writers, either. In fact, those with the least experience may have the most to gain. Join us Wednesday morning at nine for a conversation with the author of Write for Life.
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