October 31


Journaling is Your Safe Place to Face Your Trauma

By Peter Julian

When we write things down, it tends to have an affect on us that we otherwise wouldn’t just typing it up or speaking it to someone. Writing down our trauma gives us the chance to really see it for what it is. We can grieve that trauma but we can also learn to live again in the midst of that trauma. The trauma that you write about will give you insight and make your realize that you can have a normal life again.

Key Takeaways:

  • Journaling provides a safe environment that enables you to face your traumas.
  • For while there’s a large emotional component to pain that the medical profession might separate out as depression or anxiety, it doesn’t matter if the pain is physical or emotional.
  • The act of journaling can be quite therapeutic and offers a host of benefits to any number of patients experiencing different degrees of pain.

“It is a way to access and acknowledge past experiences that may be causing you pain and reintegrating them into your life so they become a part of you.”

Read more: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/how-healing-works/202009/journaling-is-your-safe-place-face-your-trauma

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