Committing to grief journaling is therapeutic, especially for those who want a little help with grieving, overthinking, and other mental health challenges that one may develop in response to the overwhelming and unpredictable circumstances in life.
The idea is to use it to help CONTAIN the thoughts swirling in your HEAD. Journaling can also be a creative stimulant for those that need a boost of motivation and a dash of healing.
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You would see some immediate benefits if you journal regularly and go through the mindful and Coping Exercises like:
👉Less judgment on your painful thoughts and feelings.
👉Reduced stress by *not* doing it all on your own.
👉A permission that it doesn't all need to be figured out today.
👉A safe space to share.
Missing my dad. Every. Single. Day.