Writing For beBee Is Good For Your Mental Health by Lyon Amor Brave
Writing is good for your mental health and research backs this claim up. You don't have to write for beBee to get famous or make money. You can write for beBee to have a clear mindset and peace of mind. Writing is one of the best things you can do for your mental health and physical health. Not only does writing help you sort through past traumas such as death, sexual abuse, depression, and confusion about life direction, meaning and purpose, but writing also relieves anxiety, stress, arthritis, and has even been proven to make peoples physical wounds heal faster.
"In a 2013 study, researchers at the University of Auckland in New Zealand had 49 healthy adults, ages 64 to 97, spend 20 minutes a day for three consecutive days writing about upsetting events in their lives (expressive writing) or their daily activities (time management): Two weeks later, the researchers gave participants small puncture wounds on the inside of their upper arms then monitored their healing. Eleven days after the wound infliction, 80 percent more of those in the expressive writing group had fully healed compared with those in the other group."
Because of the health benefits of writing, including a healthier immune system, a reduction in stress and mental clarity, it would be wise to make writing for beBee or writing in general a consistent habit in your life. Personally, because I am always traveling I can often feel disconnected from people, isolated and alone. Because I am often in new territories where I cannot speak the local language, seeing the feedback from other English speakers on my blog post is a very connective experience for me and it makes me feel connected to the broader world and like I actually have a voice and a place in this world. What nobody tells you about traveling is it can be a very lonely journey.
Writing for beBee also helps me to refocus my mental energy. Because I am always on the go and some experiences are good and bad, I can dwell on a negative experience longer than I should, like a taxi cab driver charging me too much, or someone saying something rude at a pub, or missing a flight costing me extra money. Dwelling on minuscule negative events that already passed is a waste of mental energy. Mental energy spent of negativity is valuable time wasted.
Most of the articles I write for beBee push people to strive for success. Because I tend to write motivational articles, I myself become motivated and in a better mindset to take on the world and my life. I give pretty good advice if only I would write and read my own content more.""
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