Over the years I have tried and failed to set myself New Year’s Resolutions. Those often unachievable goals set at the beginning of the year that by February are forgotten — leaving me with only guilt and frustration that I didn't stick to them. So I don’t make them anymore.
Our resident psychologist, shares her research on why MindJournal is one of the most accessible tools for an individual who is looking for a way to help themselves feel better.
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Back in the day, keeping a journal was a ‘manly’ thing to do. All the great thinkers, writers and explorers of the past kept a journal on a regular basis. With a pipe, a drink and a break in the day they would write everything that was on their minds.
Stop blocking how you feel and turn your emotions into a whole new way of thinking.
How many times have you gone to write something, and just not known where to start? There are so many places to start, it’s hard to just pick one word or thought. And as you stare longer and longer at the blank page, the more crippled you feel – and the words in your mind seem to disappear.