How are creative writing exercises different than writing prompts or story generators? Creative writing exercises are designed to teach a technique. They are highly specific, more specific than creative writing prompts, and much more specific than story generators. I think characters are the heart blood of every story, and that a majority of any writing prompts or writing exercises should focus on them. But I also think any of these will help you create a narrative, and a plot, and help you generate all kinds of dialogue, whether for short stories or for novels.
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Whether you're dreading endless conversations with your great aunt Judith or getting anxious over the prospect of impending New Year's resolutions, may we humbly suggest you let your creative side serve as a sort of internal massage. Art therapy is a form of therapy predicated on the belief that artistic expression has the power to help us in healing, in self-esteem or simply in chilling out. It's unique in that most other forms of therapy rely on language as the foremost mode of communication, whereas art requires something different, something harder to define.
I believe the success of small group therapeutic creative writing sessions is greatly influenced by how comfortable and supported participants feel in the group, and on the development of confidence to share writing, thoughts and feelings with each other. Writing itself is therapeutic, but writing and sharing writing in a supportive group adds another dimension. For example, some people who had probably never written creatively before, gained confidence within the space of one session, and over several sessions, in response to the heartfelt and supportive feedback they received on their writing from the group. Rapport between facilitator and participants is vital for creating a relaxed, supportive group.