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Journaling is a private way to put thoughts and feelings into words, which can help in understanding them more clearly and provide an emotional release. Expressive writing (therapeutic journaling) about trauma has been shown to help increase positive moods and can be beneficial for many kinds of mental health challenges. Journaling can take the form of stream of consciousness writing or focus on specific topics such as gratitude, mindfulness, or working on goals. Drawing and doodling can also be a productive and fun part of a journaling practice.

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How to Journal for Anxiety and Depression | Mental Health Journaling

Journaling is a wonderful tool for helping with anxiety and depression. Mental health is a struggle for so many people. That is why I wanted to share the benefits of journal for anyone dealing with depression, anxiety, confidence issues, anger .

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Opening Up by Writing It Down, Third Edition: How Expressive Writing Improves Health and Eases Emotional Pain

Expressing painful emotions is hard--yet it can actually improve our mental and physical health. This lucid, compassionate book has introduced tens of thousands of readers to expressive writing, a simple yet powerful self-help technique grounded in scientific research. Leading experts James W.

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What’s All This About Journaling?

It was my ex-husband who got me journaling again. Our marriage was falling apart, and, on the advice of his friend, he had started to do “morning pages,” a daily journaling practice from the seminal self-help book “The Artist’s Way.”

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Doctors Describe Benefits of Therapeutic Journaling

UW Health Clinical Psychologist Dr. Shilagh Mirgain describes how keeping a therapeutic journal can improve our lives.

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Let That Sh*t Go: A Journal for Leaving Your Bullsh*t Behind and Creating a Happy Life

From the author of bestselling journal Zen as F*ck, Monica Sweeney gives the gift of letting go with this journal for leaving your bullsh*t behind and creating a happy life. Harboring grudges and plotting revenge takes a lot of energy.

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Can Journaling Help to Release Physical Pain? (Nicole Sachs, LCSW)

Nicole Sachs is no stranger to chronic pain. After overcoming her own physical pain and transforming her life, she knew that her calling would be to help others do the same.

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FindCenterWriting, real writing, should leave a small sweet bruise somewhere on the writer—and on the reader.

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How to Declutter Your Mind — Keep a Journal | Ryder Carroll | TEDxyale

Being busy doesn't always mean being productive. Ryder Carroll shares the story of how a system he developed to manage his childhood attention deficit disorder now helps people worldwide achieve their goals with greater efficiency and satisfaction.

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Heart Talk: The Journal—52 Weeks of Self-Love, Self-Care, and Self-Discovery

Inspired by her conversations with the thousands of fans she has met on her nationwide sold-out tours, Heart Talk: The Journal is a space to share your own truths alongside hers. As Cleo writes, “The best thing about your life is that it is constantly in a state of design.

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