I’m not one to bottle up feelings, but sometimes I’ve learned that it’s best to keep quiet.
My mother taught me to always tell the truth. She didn’t say anything about not saying it when it meant hurting another person by saying it. I learned that all on my own.
That’s the cool thing about writing — we can write our feelings and call it fiction if we’re too afraid to admit the truth, if we want.
English teachers always have daily prompts. It’s to get you to write every day and to tell your feelings to someone or in this case something, since you never have to read it out loud if you don’t want.
Keep a journal. Either handwritten or on your computer. Don’t bottle up your feelings. If there isn’t a someone, there’s always a something to tell your feelings to.