Want grief relief, but don’t know how to help yourself get it?
Do you wonder if there is a way to deal with the avalanche of grief that buries you after your loved one dies? Do you want to work yourself through this deepest of misery that plagues you, and maybe even before?
Richard Ballo, author of the award-winning book, Life Without Lisa, offers hope and a way.
Writing is one of the few art forms that can be practiced by virtually anyone.
Whether you’ve taken a class to become a better writer or not, or you just want to write for pleasure or for friends and family, writing can be a cathartic and healing activity, and can be done almost anywhere and at any time.
Many people who are new to the writing process often find a relatively easy and cost-free way to begin, is by starting a journal.
New schools… new family dynamics… new relationships… new jobs… new bodies… new projects…new perspectives…
September has always been a season of change for me. As a mother, wife, daughter, teacher and business professional, many opportunities for development and growth seem to present themselves in September in almost every aspect of my life.
It’s up to me to choose which paths to follow. And, whether the upcoming changes are welcome or not, there’s something unsettling about change. So I find clarity and guidance in journal writing.
Many people experience romantic love at least once in their lives, and hopefully most of us know familial love and the love of friends. And perhaps we’ve been in love with our pets, or our projects, or the ocean, or chocolate.
Whatever the object of our love, the best part about loving is how it makes us feel, even before we know we are loved in return. The simple act of loving dispenses huge benefits for mind and body. The emotion of love makes us feel good inside and out.
Because of this, it makes sense to cultivate our involvement in loving, to nurture it so that it grows. Surely, the more we are in love, the more peace and happiness we can know.
Keeping a journal cannot only be beneficial to you as an individual, but it can also be a benefit to your family. Do you remember the family vacation to Disneyland when you were 12? What about your parent’s 20-year anniversary? Or your birthday party when you turned 15?
The new house you moved into in 8th grade? High school graduation?
All those family memories from family events — all those moments in time, now past.
A family journal is a book, or a series of books, where family members can journal about any event that has taken place.
Keepsake Memory Book of Baby’s First Years includes more than 30 archival quality, acid free and lignin free decorative pages to collect and preserve memories from pregnancy through baby’s 5th birthday.
Includes page with prompts that help you remember to record important events and lots of space to save photos and memories. Page titles include All About My Mommy, All About My Daddy, Family Tree, My Arrival, My Homecoming, Visitors and Gifts, Watch Me Grow, and so much more.
One page for each month the first year and two pages for each year from 2 to 5 with additional space for First Day of School, and space to journal family stories.
Ever wondered how to keep those great ideas from coming and then disappearing just a quickly. We reveal more about the benefits of a network marketing business journal.
How important is it to keep a network marketing business journal? In today’s age of inter-network marketing it’s very important. A journal doesn’t need to be a large A4 sized book you need to carry around with you everywhere you go but a small pocket notebook.
At a recent meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, a young woman brought up the topic of anger to be discussed.
She wanted to know how to get over her feelings of resentment over being an alcoholic. New to sobriety, the woman expressed her dismay over other “normal” people’s ability to handle liquor and not end up with severe negative consequences.
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