Write Horizons

Do you sometimes have lots of thoughts going round in your head that you can’t sort out?

Do you wish you could say how you really feel?

Writing can be a way of expressing your emotions on paper where it can feel safe and secure and it can help you learn about yourself.

Forget what you learned at school about grammar and spelling, they don’t matter when writing for yourself.

Therapeutic Writing can help reduce stress, get rid of worries and enhance well being.

If you would like to try this very informal way of writing come along on:

Wednesdays 1.30–3.30pm At Minna House, 30 Minna Road.

No experience necessary and it’s free!

For more information call:

Patsy at Pitsmoor Surgery

Telephone: 276 2644

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