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.
Besides your daily feelings, thoughts, and experiences journal, there are many ideas for journals or diary that you can keep, some are suggested below. Buy a blank book or a notebook with a particular journal topic in mind and keep this book for only that topic. You may decide to keep several kinds of journals at the same time, so remember that you do not have to journal every day. Continue reading →
Sometimes the best way to figure out who you are is to get to that place where you don’t have to be anything else.
Journaling provides us with a necessary outlet for our thoughts and feelings. It reminds us to validate and acknowledge them as being important enough to write down and examine. In putting them on paper, we have allowed ourselves to catalog and process them and then to release them, freeing ourselves for more opportunities.
I recently wrote a complete list of the things I wanted to do before I die. I recorded them in my online journal so I can view them anytime I want. Since I have written my list, I have already done things I never thought possible. Here are some of those dreams. Continue reading →
A journal is a trustworthy friend. It sharpens you. It brings order to your thoughts. It solidifies ideas. A journal expands in you a grateful heart as you capture the gifts in your days. People will be drawn to you as they see joy increasing. Here you can implement the advancement of your dreams and goals. A journal will be a friend who listens…just listens. When life gets tough and relationships are challenging, it can offer comfort. It can serve as an educator for your emotions. It is the highway to your present and future best. Sure, you can buy a friend. Psychiatrists, counselors, teachers, coaches, advisors, trainers-they’re great. But still…. Continue reading →
A journal jar is a great gift you can create for someone else, or it can simply be a gift you give to yourself. In its most basic form, a journal jar is a jar which you find appealing, filled with folded pieces of paper containing writing prompts. Continue reading →
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