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Journaling to Relieve Anxiety

Journaling provides a safe environment in which we may prioritize our problems, worries, and concerns. It enables us to work with feelings and situations that are dragging us down.

You can organize your thoughts, establish and achieve goals, self-reflect, relax, and be inspired. Because you’re conversing with the person who knows you best: yourself, journaling is a sort of therapy.

Steps for Journaling

  • Make a list of your concerns and what is bothering you. Continue writing until you feel you’ve expressed everything you need to say but haven’t gotten into a fixation phase.
  • Describe the present occurrences that are causing you problems. It’s not often what’s going on that causes stress, but rather the possibility and fear of what might go wrong.
  • Make a list of your fears. Begin by focusing on one stressor that you are now worrying about, and then consider what you believe will happen next. Write down what you’re afraid will happen next. Include how you would be affected by this consequence.
  • Consider what you’ve written and what’s bothering you right now, and then start looking into your options. Is it possible that things will change? Is there anything you could do right now to improve your situation, or even your ideas about your situation?
  • Begin to question your fears about what might happen. Is it likely that this will occur? How did you figure that out?
  • Is it possible that if what you fear happens, it will be a less awful experience than you expect? Is it possible that it will be a neutral (or even positive) event?
  • Is there a method you may take advantage of your situation to make a better outcome for yourself?
  • What do you think you might be able to take away from it?
  • Could you make the most of what you have to work with in order to make the most of any prospective changes?
  • Try to write down at least one (but preferably more) alternative ways of thinking about each fear or concern. Create a new story, or perhaps a new set of possibilities, for yourself. Put these next to the fears that are now occupying your mind.
  • Make a list of at least one thing you can do right now to better your life and prepare for the things you’re afraid of. Perhaps you’d like to increase your resources by contacting friends and strengthening your bonds.

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