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Writing for wellbeing: helping to create healthy workplaces

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As I write this, Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 is drawing to a close. Society, it seems, is at last beginning to talk openly about mental health and recognise the need to take care of our minds as well as our bodies. This isn’t only about responding appropriately when people have a mental health condition, but also about understanding how best to promote and safeguard good mental health.  

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What you write is never wrong

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It’s one of the most comforting and liberating parts of writing for wellbeing: there is no such thing as bad writing. You can’t ‘do it wrong’. The words you choose will always be right, because they are yours. This is a very unfamiliar concept for most people. At school, the art of writing is highly celebrated – from correct spelling and grammar through to creative prowess. We expect our authors… Read More »What you write is never wrong