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· Buried at Sea
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my first answer was ''thats a silly questuin''
Ummm, that's not what your first post said.

thats a stupid question
That is. There's a big difference.

Either way there is something to be said of going through the motions of handwriting, a connection between what is being thought and the action of putting it to paper. It also slows the mind to a more mid-pace, allowing you to perhaps shape ideas with greater depth than you would while typing at full speed.

However, having said all that, for the purposes of CBT I don't think it would make much difference. I can't read my writing anyway.
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