Archive for July, 2022

Life in Your 20s Journaling Tool

Journaling Tool for your 20s

This tool is meant to help managing issues around life transitions and identity through therapeutic writing. Therapeutic writing is a kind of structured journal writing that can help you heal, grow, and thrive. This self-care tool to encourages deeper and clearer reflection, processing, and discovery for those in their 20s.   Printable version available here.

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Archive for February, 2022

Therapeutic Writing Self-Care Tool

Therapeutic writing is a kind of structured journal writing. It is a self-care tool to encourage deeper and clearer reflection, processing, and discovery. Therapeutic writing can help you heal, grow, and thrive.

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Archive for June, 2021

Building the Confidence to Change a Habit

Changing habits can be hard! If the long months of pandemic isolation have sapped your confidence and will to change, these quick journaling exercises may help.

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Archive for June, 2019

Journaling Through Pain & Trauma: Writing about a past traumatic experience

A COMPANION PIECE TO Women and Pain: Taking Control and Finding Relief

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Archive for June, 2019

Journaling Through Pain & Trauma: Writing about the Experience of Pain

A COMPANION PIECE TO Women and Pain: Taking Control and Finding Relief

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Archive for June, 2019

The Caregiver’s Companion- Caring for your Mind, Body & Spirit

This guidebook is based on scientific research and other caregivers’ personal experiences. It walks you through the four areas of your life that are key to being at your best. These are your sense of self – who you are – your choices, your circle of support and your relationship with the outside world.

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Archive for May, 2019

The Caregiver’s Companion Journaling Guide

This journaling guide can be used along with The Caregiver’s Companion or as a stand-alone tool. Print it out and keep it near your journal to inspire self-reflection. It’s up to you whether you’d like to go through the prompts in order or based on your interests that day. If you don’t like to write, consider using a prompt as a discussion starter with a trusted friend.

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