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Journaling was prescribed to me in 2008 after I suffered a mental breakdown. I’d lost my mum to suicide two years before that and had never dealt with my chaotic childhood of living with a bipolar mum.
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.
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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.