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How can writing help me cope with anger?

When you hold in your anger, it is likely to build. Expressing your feelings is an important first step toward coping with them, and writing is a great way to do that. How well you write or whether you follow grammar rules is not important in this type of writing. What is important is getting your feelings out.

Exploring your emotions is like dumping out a puzzle and sorting through the pieces. At first, the task may seem overwhelming. But once you begin to match up some pieces, the rest begin to fall into place. Think of writing as a way to help you sort through the puzzle pieces of life.
The Anger Workbook for Teens: Activities to Help You Deal with Anger and Frustration (Instant Help)

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