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Affirmations are authoritative sentences that reflect a positive goal or characteristic. They can be short or long, but the shorter they are, the more likely we are to remember them. A good example is:

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We should explore our daily thoughts and find ways to improve our mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being. Utilize your resources and make your own personal contribution to yourself and others. Start journaling.

"The best thing about the future is that it comes only one day at a time."

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Having the right tools for identifying not only our triggers but also our successes is exceptionally important to our well-being. We can’t change our behavior, our body talk, or our perceptions unless we acknowledge them. Whether we strive to sustain the things we are doing right, or righting something wrong, the goal of journaling is to succeed by getting to know ourselves. 


Journaling

Celeste Cooper RN Author - Educator and Pain Advocate

Ten Journaling Tips 

  1. Describe yourself and draw a self-caricature.
  2. Identify your creative self, talents, personal skills, and gifts.
  3. Write your own prayer.
  4. Make a calendar for tasks.
  5. Have a positive dialogue with a part of your body.
  6. Do something exceptional for someone else.
  7. Make a list of things to do when in a flare.
  8. Plan an outing.
  9. Write down things to laugh about.
  10. Write your own meditation script.

Your journal should include topics that are important and relevant to what you know or would like to know about yourself. It is a place to document your most intimate thoughts, hopes, and dreams. Dreams, change, and reality are parts of what makes who we are, and our thoughts on all these things, and more, are ours to keep for a lifetime.

Five  Reasons to Journal

  1. Guide wellness
  2. Promote problem solving
  3. Explore dreams
  4. Pinpoint and address stressors
  5. Reevaluate beliefs and behaviors

Your journal should include topics that are important and relevant to what you know or would like to know about yourself. It is a place to document your most intimate thoughts, hopes, and dreams. Dreams, change, reality are all part of what makes who we are, and our thoughts on all those things, and more, are ours to keep for a lifetime.

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