Everyone in this human society has there own various stress, problem,ups, downs, achievement, and excitement and all of us are having the liberty to celebrate our life. Then what’s the function of blogging here? Writing down the heart is considered a therapeutic way of healing our anxiety and sudden bursting out of anger.

Talking from my own personal experience, I’m at that stage of life where sometimes placing my own view seems rude, rather what happens is, I burst out easily in some matters and eventually anger leads to tears. I’m a 17year teenager and even I can realize by my own when if I could have reacted other way,the things wouldn’t have turn out a mess,which it did when I wasn’t able to control my sudden outburst and I lacked the art of balanced tolerance(I know many people irrespective of age group has this issue). That time what my mother said to me made me find a way out of it. She said when you feel you gonna burst out in anger and intolerance where it’s NOT NEEDED, just talk to yourself or else sit with yourself for a while! It makes you realize what you were going to do was impulsive and not necessary at that place.

I tried doing so, first few times I failed as I ended up replying to all illogical things which were not needed and replying to everyone. What my mom said was, you should protest and stand for right but you need to understand is the person in front even having the capacity of understanding? Otherwise talking to wall won’t help anyone and you will be hurt! And those words made wonder!

Next day, I clearly remember, because of some small thing I got in a small little tussle with my father due to one misunderstanding that he thought I did a thing which I didn’t. That time I clarified him once and I know he understood,but was angry at that moment. If the old Ahiri was there she’d have again protested his anger and that would lead to a mess as even he that time required some space so that he could settle himself and triggering him that time would’ve hurt more. What I did was, followed what mom told. I went to my room just sat at my desk and I don’t know how, but I started penning myself down and didn’t I realized,I did that for a long time and I ended up being so light and free in heart!

And that’s the very thing I did for next few times when I was messing up😂. And I realized how well writing down my heart helps me to find myself. And eventually I started penning down my achievements, happiness, and mostly when I feel low and don’t wanna share to others – this works wonder! Listening music, watching video and penning down is my go-to good mood weapon.

Then one of my cousin elder brother suggested me, “open a blog! You enjoy writing, you do show anchoring, you love creative and sporty stuff! That’s a perfect place for you to be in” . And from then I started writing down myself here, from self written poems to words of my heart! AND TO EVERYONE OUT THERE, GO WITH WRITING YOURSELF DOWN,THIS HELPS YOU TO KNOW YOU,AS WELL AS TO EXPLORE THE WORLD BEING IN VARIOUS IMAGINATIONS SHOES.

5 Comments

  1. Writing does heal. For me it also helps bring my ideas to life. When I think of something and keep it in my head, it might just stay there as an idea until I eventually forget about it. But writing things down kinda gets me working on whatever ideas I have.

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    1. Exactlyy! Writing down things is a kind of alarm as well..it keeps us creative, organised and active.
      Thanks a lot for reading and commenting! Getting such thoughtful comments really encourages to write more .. a like and comment is always stimulant for the creator..Thank you❣️
      Keep shining ✨

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  2. It’s amazing to see that you’re acting on the things you love. Writing is such a beautiful way to express yourself while leaving a record that you can refer to later. Good luck on your blogging journey!

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