The UnSent Letter

I want to talk about a writing technique called Unsent Letters. It's like writing a letter to someone in your personal journal but never sending it to them and having no intention to do so. This is a powerful tool that can help express your feelings without any fear or hesitation. The process enables you to express your thoughts and feelings without holding yourself back and in a way that may not have been possible with the person concerned.

Here are 5 reasons why you might find writing unsent letters helpful:

  1. Secret Requests: Sometimes, there are things you want to ask for but feel too shy to say out loud. Writing an unsent letter lets you ask for what you need without worrying about anyone hearing it.
  2. Speak Without Judgment: If you need to share your thoughts without being judged, unsent letters are perfect. You can say what's on your mind without worrying about what others might think.
  3. Ask for Support: It can be hard to ask for help when you need it. Writing an unsent letter is a private way to tell someone you need support without saying it out loud.
  4. Letting Go of Feelings: If you're feeling angry, hurt, or misunderstood, unsent letters are a way to let it all out. Writing down these feelings can make you feel lighter and less weighed down.
  5. True Expression: Sometimes, you just want to be yourself and say what's really going on inside. Unsent letters let you express your true feelings without worrying about what will happen next.

These letters are just for you – no one else will see them, that's basically why our inbox exists! Write what you need to write, say what you want to say and get it off your chest. The Unsent Letter is a great

way to be honest about your feelings and learn more about yourself. It can bring a sense of relief and healing, giving you a fresh perspective on things, paving the way for self-discovery. As you reflect on the words laid bare in the unsent letter, a fresh perspective may emerge, contributing to a deep and transformative level of healing.

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