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Worksheets for 'Unlearn Your Pain?'

Discussion in 'General Discussion Subforum' started by Rnie328, Jan 21, 2018.

  1. Rnie328

    Rnie328 New Member

    I would prefer to type my entries into Dr. Schubiner's book, "Unlearn Your Pain." I don't really like hand writing. Are there any worksheets online? Maybe text documents or spreadsheets? I own the print version of the book. Thank you.
  2. lauraseago

    lauraseago Peer Supporter

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  3. Rnie328

    Rnie328 New Member

    Thanks Laura. That's what I am now doing. I figured it was worth asking. BTW I appreciate your advice on not keeping what you write. I always thought it was 'bad karma' to throw away my journals. But you're right. I'd rather not keep all that around. I would never go back and read any of it anyway. Thanks!
  4. lauraseago

    lauraseago Peer Supporter

    Oh man, I went as far as burning my sheets of paper once I was finished writing! Couldn't risk anyone stumbling across how life's most traumatic events really made me feel :nailbiting: It also felt pretty cathartic to watch it burn... felt as if I was acknowledging and honoring those feelings, but now that I had given them their time to shine, it was time to watch them leave.
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  5. karinabrown

    karinabrown Well known member

    Interesting. I have the same feeling ; like its bad karma to ditch my writings.
    I am not scared that someone reads them (protecting it) feels like i am
    getting rid of parts of me when i would do that.

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