This is where you write continuously for 20 minutes about your deepest thoughts and emotions surrounding your life. The goal is to gain insight into your feelings. Have you ever noticed how your thoughts influence how you feel? Your mind and body are in constant communication, so journaling benefits your overall emotional health because it helps regulate your emotions. Your journal doesn’t need to follow any certain structure. It’s your own private place to discuss and create whatever you want to express your feelings.
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I like that – it gives me a bit more time to work through some of this exhaustion and meh-ness so that I can really start this year with more energy and purpose than I feel right now. I do wish us all a happier new year, a safer and healthier new year, a less isolated and lonely new year. Thank you for reading this, and for being part of my global tribe. The second requirement is that the article must be 800 and more words to be qualified for publishing on our website.
Stress relief journaling can improve emotional intelligence. Often people struggle to find the words to explain how they feel, or what they think. However, a journaling exercise can help you to find the words. Over time, as you continue to practise, you may very well find this becomes easier. Firstly, when you put your feelings on paper, they are easier to analyse.
It’s simply writing down your thoughts and feelings to understand them more clearly. And if you struggle with stress, depression, or anxiety, keeping a journal can be a great idea. It can help you gain control of your emotions and improve your mental health. Writing for A Lust for Life has been an absolute privilege and an honour, and I would highly encourage others to put pen to paper. I set out to share my Clinical Psychology experience in an accessible way to a wider audience and writing for A Lust for Life has offered me that and so much more.