Unwritten Letters: Letter Writing as a Way to Resolve the Unfinished Business of Your Life

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Andrews McMeel Pub., 1998 - Self-Help - 312 pages
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Author Ilene Segalove describes the art of correspondence as a journaling method. By expressing love, guilt, fear, anger, sadness, gratitude, or any other emotion through letters, we can say what we feel without ramifications. Segalove's own experiences in writing letters and the anecdotes of others make UNWRITTEN LETTERS a real guide for healing and growth.

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Guidelines for Writing Your Letters
Dont Forget
Letters of Acknowledgment and Gratitude

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About the author (1998)

Ilene Segalove of Santa Barbara, California, is a book editor, writing coach, and sometime multimedia artist. She is the author of "List Your Self", "40 Days and 40 Nights", "Unwritten Letters", "Risk Your Self", "The Write Mood", and a number of other prompted journals designed to increase self-awareness and provide personal insight and creativity.

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