Podcast Episode 78: Write A Letter To Your Younger Self

    Aug 30, 2021

    Psychotherapist Mia Rosenberg, has a great question for you:

    Have you ever wished you could go back in time and tell your younger self something?

    It might be a version of “I wish I knew then what I know now,” but with benefits that can help you live your present and future with more joy.

    Writing a letter to your younger self can help you to heal your pain, gain closure, gain clarity and perspective, forgive yourself and others, gain inner peace.

    In this episode, you’ll find some examples of letters others have written, and some guidelines for writing your own–which just might give you the courage to take the life lessons you’ve learned and let them lead you–and maybe others around you–into some present wisdom and exuberance!


    “A Letter to Your Younger Self.” Upsider Therapy.


    Hill, Stacey. “A Letter to My Younger Self.” HuffPost, September 10, 1017.


    Orange, Stella. “Letter to My Younger Self.” The Brick Magazine. 


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