Therapeutic Journaling 

Journaling 

 

A helpful way to train your mind to stop worrying is to write down your concerns. Because this gives your mind a rest, as it no longer has to make an effort to remember the details.

 

How to write a daily Diary :

If you are a person who loves creative ways to express their emotions, you can keep a diary filled with creative images, poems, motivational and affirmative phrases.

Write about anything that comes to your mind that creates a negative/positive condition in your mind. This step acts as breathing the pent-up feelings inside you and making your mind lighter.

Venting out 

Write about the most important thing that has been on your mind all day. It could be a long-lost memory, or any situation that has occurred nowadays, or about a note by a person. Anything that tends to annoy you or excite your mind the entire time.

Targeted thinking

Unresolved issues and goals

You should try to fix any unresolved issue of the day related to any person or situation. Because if it continues for a longer period, then you will be preoccupied again and again; So it is always wise to solve the problem as soon as it appears. If the problem is not solved or if it is impossible to solve, then the problem must be taken out of your mind by emptying it in your notes.

Writing about your long-term and short-term plans and the things you want to achieve is one of the most important steps to achieving your goals. Create strategic plans to achieve your goals, whether short or long term.

Write words of praise for yourself and celebrate even your smallest achievements or your success in the day.

Writing notes if done regularly, can have tremendous positive effects. No matter how busy you are, how tired you are, or how much emotional breakdown you feel, you just have to devote some time "to you" and write down how you feel and what you plan to see and you'll see a positive difference.

Planning

Celebration

Here are some ideas for what you can write in your diary:

  • Write a letter to yourself as a teenager.

  • Places you would like to visit in your life?

  • What is your dream job?

  • Where were you ten years ago?

  • A fact about you that you never shared with anyone?

  • Something you want to remember as you go through these days?

  • Share one of your first memories?

  • What are your priorities in life?

  • What do you plan for next year?

  • Write five strange things you love.

  • Write about your dreams.

  • What do you like about yourself?

  • Write about someone you love.

  • Which fictional character do you prefer?

  • I would like to be?

  • How did I change in the past year?

  • Something you are proud of?

  • How do you relax?

  • Some little things that make you happy?

  • The best book I've read this year?

  • What are you grateful to?

  • Write about the place you call a country.

  • Five things you want to do.

  • What is the view from your window now?

  • Quote or verse you like.

  • What is the best thing that happened this week?

  • A book that left an impact on your life?

  • A memory from childhood that changed your life?

  • Write about some of your favorite places and why you like them.

  • What hinders you in your life?

Applications to help you

Moody

iMoodJournal

Reflectly

Jour

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