Journaling is a great self-teaching vehicle! It functions as a private space of comfort and solace from the crazy world. It represents one’s most genuine moments, shines on the ability to write, and digs deeper into one’s feelings that may be difficult to voice aloud. Think of journaling as a reflector tool or a sounding board.
Journaling is a beautiful process as a healing medium. Beginning to journal is like expressively breaking through barriers and releasing the toxicants. Consider it a wound-healing process that nurtures the body and mind—physically, mentally, and emotionally. Journal writing is an exercise associated with therapy work.
Journaling . . . a completely free space to let loose inner thoughts, nurture wounds, track experiences and symptoms, gauge changes in mood or thought patterns, and reflect on feelings and emotions. It provides a look into the past, present, and future, as well as a soothing safe haven where one can redefine beliefs and values. It is a great way to harness one’s creativity.
Everyone has their own opinion as to why journaling is beneficial. Thinking out of the box, how many reasons can
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