4 thoughts on “20 Journaling Prompts to Help You Know and Accept Yourself

  • June 23, 2017 at 12:57 pm

    Sharon, I used to journal every evening, it was my quiet time, down time , just for me, Heaven help anyone who tried to take this away from me,I kept countless notebooks of my journaling, I moved them with me, three different times, It became necessary to let them go which was like letting a big part of myself go,I had awful bedbugs, it was inevitable as many people have them in the building where I live.I read some before it was time to discard, I felt much more free when they were no longer in boxes,I haven’t done much journaling in a long time, Finding what you have made available, is very helpful and I can see myself beginning again, I sent a copy to my Sister in law, thank you so much. bonita

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    • June 23, 2017 at 1:04 pm

      It sounds like getting a nice new journal and re-starting the practice would be a wonderful gift to give yourself!

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      • June 25, 2017 at 4:00 am

        Sharon, thank you for replying,I like what you said,My sister in law was happy to recieve what I shares with her. She said she has been thinking about how to respond to the questions,I will get a new special journal and one for my sister in law and send it to her.please post more so I can copy and send to my friends and sister in law, thank you again , namaste and shalom, Bonita

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  • August 4, 2017 at 7:11 am

    Hello Sharon,

    Thank you for your articles, I will use the journaling segment in my group today as I am a facilitator and recent MFT graduate. I personally get much information from journaling. I too will start journaling again since I am done with school.

    Looking forward to using your resources. Thank you very much for sharing your knowledge.

    Ena

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