J. 35 JOURNALING Prompts for Anxiety & Depression

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Ever since I can remember I’ve been a writer. I started with copying words and definitions from the dictionary when I could barely read, moved on to writing my own short stories during my elementary school years and eventually started journaling when I really started struggling with different issues and situations as a teenager – and even now as an adult. I’ve chosen 35 journaling prompts to share with you. One for each year I’ve been alive. Eeek! I’ve tried {Read More}

My Top 10 Adult Coloring Books to Lower Stress

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I’ve always loved coloring. Ever since I was a little girl I have loved coloring books and getting brand new crayons. I was always amazed by friends and cousins of mine who could draw freehand but I needed the lines to already be there. I just wanted to color. If you’re looking for creative ways to lower your stress I promise sitting down to color can help. There’s just something about focusing on the illustrations that’s very soothing. Over the {Read More}

Journaling Tip: Writing An Unsent Letter

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The Unsent Letter technique is something I’ve often thought about but hadn’t really sat down to do it. That is… until last Tuesday. Last Tuesday is the day where I felt like I was losing my ever-lovin’ mind. To sum it all up I drove to a therapy appointment that didn’t exist, went back home and just felt incredibly sad and beat up. Everything was making me cry. I pretty much felt like a two-year-old and I felt like I was losing {Read More}