“Journal writing, when it becomes a ritual for transformation, is not only life-changing but life-expanding.” – Jen Williamson
Your journal is a private safe haven, Its main purpose is to allow you to explore and write about your feelings. Often the ability to "see" your feelings leads to therapeutic insights and solutions.
Each day use your personal journal as directed in session one. Make a sincere effort to write any new insights you have in the weeks to come. Your journal will enable you to see themes, patterns, progress and growth.
- Write about current concerns and those that keep popping up.
- Describe what happened and your feelings about it.
- Free-fall write, don't worry about spelling or grammar.
- Write every day if possible, especially when you are most bothered. The rewards will motivate you to keep this life management skill a part of the rest of your life.
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