What is the number one reason why you would recommend journaling?

Catarina Cardoso
Journaling helps to sort out your ideas, opinions, beliefs, but especially your emotions. More times than not if you write it down first you have already began the coping process. Writing also records your journey. You can see how far you’ve grown, lessons learned, prayers answered and even where you’re stagnant. You also notice patterns through journaling. If you can’t figure out why you’re feeling a certain way, journaling may allow you to see causative factors.

Allison Murphy
Journaling helps to sort out your ideas, opinions, beliefs, but especially your emotions. More times than not if you write it down first you have already began the coping process. Writing also records your journey. You can see how far you’ve grown, lessons learned, prayers answered and even where you’re stagnant. You also notice patterns through journaling. If you can’t figure out why you’re feeling a certain way, journaling may allow you to see causative factors.

Harold Fox
It lets you release the story from your mind so it’s not stuck there and it’s an account of where you were before. When I go back and read what I wrote i can remember the feeling I had when I put my pen to the paper

Jane Simmmons
Journaling helps to sort out your ideas, opinions, beliefs, but especially your emotions. More times than not if you write it down first you have already began the coping process. Writing also records your journey. You can see how far you’ve grown, lessons learned, prayers answered and even where you’re stagnant. You also notice patterns through journaling. If you can’t figure out why you’re feeling a certain way, journaling may allow you to see causative factors.

Nolhan Fernandez
Journaling helps to sort out your ideas, opinions, beliefs, but especially your emotions. More times than not if you write it down first you have already began the coping process. Writing also records your journey. You can see how far you’ve grown, lessons learned, prayers answered and even where you’re stagnant. You also notice patterns through journaling. If you can’t figure out why you’re feeling a certain way, journaling may allow you to see causative factors.