Writing and Blogging For Therapy

“Every piece I see in blogs has something to it that I learn from even if it is not my cup of tea so to speak. I may not click like, but I learned from it.” – Ronovan Writes.


Why did you start blogging? For some it was to create a platform for their writing in preparation for a career as an Author. Others may have approached it as a hobby. And yet there is a third category, therapy.

There are people who do not have an outlet in their lives to free their minds and souls of what ails them or inspires them. If they try the people around them look at them strangely. However, if they blog, they are looked upon as artists and inspirations.

I’m not really certain as to why I began to blog, perhaps a platform, not a hobby, but most definitely therapy. Not that I don’t have those I can share my thoughts with, but I have so many thoughts and ideas that I just want to share them where I can.

I wonder if it’s validation I am seeking? But then I…

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2 thoughts on “Writing and Blogging For Therapy

  1. tesscatiful says:

    Thanks for the follow Diedré!
    From the looks of your recent blog posts, you write about the kind of things I can relate to, or sympathize with if i may not be able to empathize!
    I hope you’re enjoying your blogging journey so far 😉

    • Diedré M. Blake says:

      Thank you so much for your comment! I am glad that you have found things on my blog to which you can relate. 🙂

      I am enjoying the experience, and working to take it more seriously–which is a bit of a challenge. 😀

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