Writing about your feelings and anxiety about handling future chores helps you perform the task more capable. People who worry constantly about something, struggling with multi-tasking or trying to worry and work at the same time can take the benefits of expressive writing.
Researchers have found that if through expressive writing you get these worries out of your head, you can work freely and complete it fast and efficiently. Writing your feelings can reduce your stress and tension. It brings accuracy in your work and lifestyle. Surveys and experiments on this have been taken out by many universities where they concluded that writing about feelings, problems, and thoughts can solve half of the problems and control the condition of the sufferer.
Expressive writing can help you overcome past and move on. The process helps you triumph over stressful events and traumas happened in the past and can also prepare you to handle such happenings in future.
This activity makes the mind work less hard on future traumatic tasks and can edge off the brains to perform the task with a cooler mind. It makes you focus on long-term things and make your life much better. Using journals to pin down what you are thinking over a long time can give you both, positives and negatives in your actions and thinking.
By writing down things one can assist manually to spot the problem and get themselves back on. Or reading your journal later may tell you things that you haven’t really paid much notice to about yourself or about life. And so this can get you clarity.