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Why Writing For Therapy Can Change Your Life

I wrote my first book, Career Change, because I was so miserable in my day job that I would weep in the toilets at lunch-time, wondering what the hell I was doing with my life.  Excerpts from my journals appear in most of my non-fiction books, and I still write for therapy when I am […]
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