That I will not have a companion or get married that I'll be alone with no one to sit across the table with or eat dinner with talk with grow old with.
I’m working on reframing my negative thoughts like…you can’t do this or that to you can do anything and everything that you choose to do. Some things might take you a little longer and some things might be a little harder but if I put my mind to to and concentrate on it I know that I can change my negative thoughts into positive actions
I’m working on having a more secure attachment style by going from a scarcity mindset to an abundance mindset (there are plenty of people out there who will find me charming and lovable!). This applies to work as well—there are plenty of people who see the value in my work and will pay me in full for it and will stick around.
The thoughts of unworthiness in terms of work and pay grade. I’m trying to reframe that if I use my knowledge and always do the best for my clients, then I deserve to value myself more than I thought.
- During each session, (1) how much do you journal on average (in terms of time)?, and (2) how much do you write on average (quantity of writing)?
- How do you journal everyday?
- What should I write in my journal?
- How long do you usually write in your journal?
- How do you stick to a journaling habit?
- What do you focus on
- What kinds of things do you write in your journal?
- For people who’s jobs require secrecy or confidentiality (military, therapists, lawyers) what are some guidelines to follow when journaling?
- How do you think that journaling help you? What are the benefits?
- What if I can’t think of a good way to talk myself out of a “but…” statement? I sometimes find myself writing a half-hearted reflection 😅