How many of us have somebody in our lives who never allows us to express our own thoughts? Maybe we do get to say things but the person really isn’t listening while we speak. Perhaps we are immediately told we are wrong, it’s all in our head, we’re imagining things or that our ideas are just plain stupid. It’s just as though our words fall on deaf ears. Neither does it bring us much peace of mind, especially when there are things we either really want to say or in some cases, need to say. What do we do? Most of us tend to just sit there quietly and say nothing. After all, it was no different last time we tried to say something, and things will probably never change. But that doesn’t make it any easier for us, nor does it enable the other person to hear what is really on our heart.  So life just goes on as it always has. However, there are many times when what we need to say, is vitally important to our moving on in life. There maybe a need to express forgiveness, release someone from the hold they have over us, pass on a compliment, offer an apology or make amends for some kind of wrong from the past. The good news There is a way we can be heard, and it’s not that hard to achieve. It’s about putting our voice into writing. The art of doing this, however, in a way that achieves the result we desire, is the subject of a new book, Letters that Talk. The book explores the ways to say what we are thinking and feeling, because… thinking and saying are not the same thing.   Find out why…

Saying what we really want and

need to say

… explore the possibilities
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