Write Your Story When You’re Told To Shut Up
Has your voice been silenced by society or your family? Or have you silenced yourself?
You may have had your mouth washed out with soap but your real voice couldn't be washed away.
1. We all have a real voice inside us, but we fear rejection so often, we silence it from an early age.
Your emotions are buried alive inside your body and need to get out
2. Your real voice comes through your breath, your emotions and your speech, and your hands write your story
The journey back to your truth starts with writing your story
3. To Relieve The Pressure Building Up Inside From Silencing Voice, Start Writing Your Story
You will re-experience your laughter and tears from the past in a new way with fresh eyes from today!
4. Your Buried Highlight and Low Light Reels From The Past Will Be Free!
We hide our joy and our pain even from ourselves! Expect to unearth the hidden treasures within. This is finding the gold in the dragon.
5. The Beauty is - You Don’t Know Your Story Until You Feel Your Buried Feelings
By freeing your silenced voice, and expressing it, you're enabling others to free their voices too.
6. Freeing And Expressing Your True Voice Within Heals You And Allows Others To Heal Too
If you don't feel comfortable putting your true story out into the world, tell it through a fictional character. I have an on-line novel writing course on Teachable.com in the link in my bio above which covers the 1,000 points you need to know to write a novel like a bestselling author.
7. Creating A Fictional Character To Tell Your Story Through
With fiction you use your imagination to fill in the gaps in your story, and what is real and imaginary is only known to you, so you remain anonymous, and gain insight into your life and become a better person by digging down into your story and your truth!
8. ‘Fiction Is The Lie That Tells The Truth’ as Neil Gaiman said. (Pronounced Gayman not Guyman)
You become a better version of you when you express your truth.
9. Expressing Your Voice Returns Peace To Your Life, Which Your Silence Took Away