Five Things to Write in Your Gratitude Journal  

Start Journaling your way towards better mental health Previously, I discussed gratitude journaling's benefits in-depth. The following post provides a simple 5-prompt journaling guide for you to begin taking steps to promote your mental health and overall well-being. Here is a link to my previous post, which is very informative and a must-read.    A… Continue reading Five Things to Write in Your Gratitude Journal  

Confronting Uncomfortable

Getting in touch with uncomfortable emotions  Guilt, anger, and resentment are just some of the emotions we avoid and suppress as a method of coping. To address those emotions, I want my readers to explore a healthier and more conducive coping method such as journaling to address those emotions that if left unattended can result… Continue reading Confronting Uncomfortable

Science supports the power of Journaling

Journaling for self-care and coping: A study of mothers of troubled children in the community. As the mother of a young child, I believe I could create a blog solely dedicated to my experience as a parent.  However, I would like today's post to focus on parents who are suffering from depression due to their… Continue reading Science supports the power of Journaling