Journaling

For the past 6 weeks, I've been writing a journal regularly.
According to my integrative life coach, journaling is one of the effective healing processes.
Journaling is like whispering to myself and listening at the same time.
I tell myself to myself and throw the burden on my journal and feel relieved.
Besides writing a journal, I also practice meditation.
And sure enough, the benefits are felt psychologically.
I'm being a happier, more loving, optimistic, and positive person.

I have taught myself how to figure out if what I'm feeling is real or another trick my brain is making me feel.
It's not easy dealing with something you don't quite understand.
But we can choose not to let it control us.
Sometimes it helps to write things down.
Writing in a journal each days allow you to direct your focus to what you accomplished,
what you're grateful for and what you're committed to doing better tomorrow.
Thus, you more deeply enjoy your journey each day.




If you struggle too maybe this will help.
Write down what you're feeling.
Exactly.
Write down what is happening in your life, but the trick is you have to be honest.
Really honest.
Be honest about what is good and bad.
There are 3 points that must be in your writing: what do you feel, what you're grateful for, and positive affirmations.
And then take accountability for it.
If you feel sad but know that it's not because your life is bad, but because your mind is a little different.
That's okay.
Now that you have some perspective and some truth you can work on it.
Take accountability for yourself, be kind to yourself but also be honest.

It's okay not to be okay.

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