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Mari's #JournalingPower Blog

Conscious Living through Attitude Transformation

Posted by Melinda Carver on Wed, Jun 20, 2018 @ 07:30 AM

Are you experiencing a plateau in your life with your negative attitude, bad moods and lower energy levels?  Have you been unconsciously sabotaging yourself in relationships by ripping them apart or torpedoing your career?  Do your dreams seem more vivid or scarier lately?  Have people close to you begun to ghost you?

This negative plateau is unhealthy for you to remain on – it affects you body, mind and soul.  This negative energy not only affects you, it changes the people around you and the way they react to you and your actions.

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Topics: journaling for health, Journaling for Goal Setting

Courageous Journaling

Posted by Antoinette Truglio Martin on Mon, Oct 09, 2017 @ 07:30 AM

Originally I began journaling as proof of my writing ambitions.  I was a young teen—maybe younger.  Marbled composition books, diaries with locks, and beautifully bound journals were cluttered with ramblings of story starters, poetry experiments, and quiet observations.  I did not notice that my thoughts and heart were quietly affirmed.  I just wrote—some days more than others.

Then cancer hit.  Fear, anger, and doubt were cast front and center. Hearing and speaking the words shook me to the core, even though my prognosis that I’d survive Stage I breast cancer was excellent.  But I needed to be brave, and courage was not in my skill set.  I knew I had to stay connected and be supported by the people I loved without frightening them or myself.

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Topics: journaling for health, journaling for courage, journaling for hope

Journaling—My Launching Pad to a Healthy Life

Posted by Jenny Patton on Tue, Oct 03, 2017 @ 07:40 AM

When I was seven, I made my own journal out of legal pad paper—a little book that sparked a passion forwriting down my thoughts, feelings and desires. E.M. Forster asks, “How do I know what I think until I see what I say?” Here’s my take: “How do I know who I am until I see what I think?”

Even though I knew how much journaling helped me make decisions, solve problems and reflect on the person I was becoming, I let life—work, kids, other responsibilities—take over and didn’t journal during most of my twenties. During those years, I developed endometriosis, tendinitis, Crohn’s disease, osteoarthritis and other autoimmune illnesses.

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Topics: journaling for health

Eating Disorder Recovery: Changing Your Thoughts through Journaling

Posted by Mari L. McCarthy on Thu, Sep 19, 2013 @ 09:00 AM

Journaling can be a great tool to help you change your thoughts in eating disorder recovery. Do you catch yourself thinking things like, “I’m ugly," “I’ll never recover," or “I don’t deserve better than to have this eating disorder for the rest of my life?" Thoughts like these can sabotage your recovery efforts. 

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Topics: journaling, journal writing, eating disorders, journaling for health, Laurie Glass

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