A diary makes you happier and helps brain cope with emotional upsets, psychologists say | Science | The Guardian

Psychologists say ‘Bridget Jones effect’ of writing about feelings helps brain regulate emotions. Matthew Lieberman, a psychologist at the University of California in Los Angeles, said the effect differs from catharsis, which usually involves coming to terms with an emotional problem by seeing it in a different light.

Psychologists say ‘Bridget Jones effect’ of writing about feelings helps brain regulate emotions

Source: A diary makes you happier and helps brain cope with emotional upsets, psychologists say | Science | The Guardian

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