How to recover from anxiety and depression

Decades ago, health psychologist Jamie Pennebaker had two groups of college students journal for 15 minutes a day for just four days — some about nonemotional topics and others about the most traumatic experiences of their lives, which included rape, attempted suicide, and child abuse. After the first day of writing, the second group was less happy and had higher blood pressure. This made sense, since confronting trauma is painful. But when Pennebaker followed up six months later, the effects reversed and those who wrote about their traumas were significantly better off emotionally and physically.

How to recover from anxiety and depression

how to recover from anxiety and depression

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