WHAT IS JOURNAL THERAPY?
Journaling is the practice of writing down your thoughts, feelings, and experiences in a diary or notebook. It can be done regularly, such as daily or weekly, or as needed. Journaling can serve several purposes such as:
Self-reflection: By writing down your thoughts and feelings, you can gain a better understanding of yourself and your emotions.
Problem-solving: Journaling can help you identify and work through problems and challenges in your life.
Stress relief: Writing about your stressors can help you process and release them, reducing feelings of anxiety and tension.
Goal-setting: Journaling can be a helpful tool for setting and tracking progress towards your goals.
Creativity: Journaling can be a way to explore your creativity and to develop new ideas.
Memory: It can be a way to record important events, memories, and milestones in your life.
It is important to note that journaling is a personal activity and there is no right or wrong way to do it. Some people prefer to write long, detailed entries while others prefer to keep it short and simple. The key is to find a method that works for you. Personally I love all the above and utilise what I feel I need at the time. Give it a try. x