Friday, September 30, 2005

From this month's Real Simple magazine:

Telling a secret of your own, whether to a friend, a loved one, or a virtual stranger, can be good for your health. "Self-disclosure has repeatedly been found to boost one's immune system and reduce shame and guilt," says James W. Pennebaker, Ph.D...


You see, naysayers? Blogging: It does a body good.

But to reap the the benefits, you must choose a discreet confidant...

Oops.

5 comments:

Kayla said...

Now I see what I have been doing wrong... I tell my secrets to anyone and everyone (who will listen)... Whoops. ;) The more people I tell, the less guilty I feel... Ooh, that makes it sound like I do a lot of shameful, secretive things...

always write said...

No, it just means you're Jewish.

Claire said...

that post's hilarious

Dominique Eusebio said...

Hello. I just wanted to give a quick greeting and tell you I enjoyed reading your material.

always write said...

Thank you! Hope you'll come back again.