I’ve been seeing a therapist for over a decade now and she’s been recommending for years that I engage in journaling as a healthy coping mechanism in order to help me work through and heal from my past traumas. I’ve decided to give in and do some journaling, specifically around this topic. Except… I had absolutely no idea where to start. I stared down at the empty page and racked my brain for a few moments before giving up and heading over to Pinterest to see what prompts were out there.
Tune in as host, Bailey Reber, gets real and personal on the darker side of bipolar disorder. Listen to her perspective to understand what it’s like to live with bipolar 2 disorder…or just to hear the voice of someone who struggles in life sometimes, just like everyone does.
With Thanksgiving being this week, I’ve had the word “gratitude” on my mind quite a bit more than usual… Not going to lie, I used to be the type of person who only gave thanks on Thanksgiving Day because, well, that’s what everyone else did. What I didn’t realize was that giving thanks everyone singleContinue reading “Give Thanks, Every Day”
I’m not going to lie, I used to HATE journaling. My therapist has been recommending it for years now as a healthy coping mechanism in order to help manage my bipolar disorder. Being an Enneagram 8, I decided that I didn’t need to take her advice and that journaling just wasn’t going to help me.Continue reading “31 Journal Prompts for Self Discovery”
That photo up top may look a little familiar, eh? That’s because it’s one of the few that I’ve posted on Instagram and Facebook to give you a visual of what my mood journal actually looks like. I even hand out freebies so you can make one for yourself. But I’ve come to realize thatContinue reading “I Track My Moods – Here’s Why”