1. Write down positive ways to actively participate in your therapy
2. How will you/are you removing stress to achieve emotional health
3. Mind over “What’s the Matter”
4. Peace of Mind
We are brought up to believe that emotion is bad. Emotion, we are told, clouds our minds and interferes with us being objective and how we analyze facts. Our lives are full of emotional ups and downs like a roller coaster. We are lucky that most of them fall into the category of minor occurrences. The Medical Community has long recommended journaling to their patients and clients as part of their ongoing prescription for healing for both physical and emotional health. Write it down, it is then so much easier to walk away and put the problem behind you.
“Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson