When boredom strikes

 self-ex·pres·sion
noun
  1. the expression of one’s feelings, thoughts, or ideas, especially in writing, art, music, or dance.

 


 

Self-expression and communication is one of the strongest and most natural desire we all have. The natural desire to share life with other and express who we are is one of the best ways to find peace of mind. It gives you a sense of freedom and community that brings us together and keeps us safer from trouble.  

 
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Expression (of all kinds) is very healthy and healing when it comes with dealing with life. It’s also good for the person listening because they can learn more about different life experiences which can eventually teach them something new and maybe even helpful.
 
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Most people who express themselves (in any variety of ways) are usually healthier then those who don’t because human interaction brings good health. Self expression also one of the quickest and most effective ways to relieve stress. Being too quiet can lead to depression or frustration because of the loss of human contact. Self-expression is essential to sanity as well. Its completely natural to talk or want to share info with others. Different forms of self-expression lead to a clearer state of mind and well being. When you express your thoughts without hesitation and complete honesty you enter a state of peace within yourself. That is a way of your body expressing to you that your self-expression leads to feeling good. Precaution and consideration should be added to insure a sense of courtesy. 
When people hide their feelings and choose to stop communicating, they eventually end up depressed, delusional or confused. Self expression is a great way to relieve stress.
 
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“Follow your inner moonlight; don’t hide the madness.”
Allen Ginsberg
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