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The top 10 journal prompts when depressed or anxious

The top 10 journal prompts when depressed or anxious
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In prior posts, I’ve discussed how to deal with stress and depression and the four steps to create change in your life. If I experienced anything in my life good or bad I wrote it down. So in today, we’re going to talk about the top 10 journal prompts that you can use the next time you write in your journal. Journaling is exceptionally helpful for those who deal with low self-esteem, depressed or anxious.

For as long as I can remember I have been journaling. At times when I was depressed, stressed, sad, heartbroken, or felt like an outcast. I would sit in my room and write it all down. I believe journaling is extremely powerful. For me, I am a very private person and my emotions can be very intense, so I find it more helpful for me to write down what it is I am thinking or feeling on paper.

10 journal prompts when depressed or anxious

I write down my thoughts and feelings so that I may release, reflect, and analyze myself, a person, or a particular situation. Journalling for me is used as a tool that allows me to review my past, write down what is happening in the present and writing down what I would like to happen in the future.

I have had a few depressive moments in my life so far and I have dealt with anxiety for the majority of my life. I find it easier to write down my thoughts and my emotions and how I feel. I use your journal to write down my goals and what I want to change in my life.

The benefits journaling has:  

  • Reduce stress
  • Clarifying your thoughts and feelings
  • Know yourself better
  • Solve problems more effectively
  • Resolves disagreements with others
  • Makes you step back and evaluate your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors
  • Brings your emotions and motivations into alignment with the deepest value
  • Helps you see other people’s perspective alongside your own
  • Helps you take a definite course in action

*according to Psychology Today and Psych Central

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he top 10 journal prompts when depressed or anxious

Here are the top 10 journal prompts to get you started in writing your journal when you feel depressed or anxious below. Use your journal to release and let go. I believe the journal prompts below will encourage you to evoke change, inspire you, motivate you and help you to fulfill your desires in life. Remember that depression and anxiety are MENTAL. Change your mindset and you will change your life!

1. I feel…
2. I want to change…
3. I believe…
4. Today, I have experienced…
5. I love…
6. I forgive…
7. I wish for…
8. The lessons I’ve learned are…
9. I (don’t) regret…
10. If I could revisit my past I would…

10 journal prompts when depressed or anxious

Hello love! I am a blogger and writer here to help you to kick those bad feelings in the ass and assist you with your personal growth. I am here to share my lessons I’ve learned with you so you can love and learn yourself even more than you did yesterday.



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