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5 Simple Steps to Creating a Consistent Therapeutic Journal Habit

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I wrote my first journal entry on January 3, 2018 — one day after my last suicide attempt. Since I started journaling, I haven’t had a single suicide attempt — before, I had daily thoughts about suicide — simply because I finally had someone to talk to.

Someone I could talk to without the fear of rejection and shame. Let’s be real. Who can you call at 3 a.m. expressing your deepest fears and concerns without any hesitation?

This special someone is my journal. And today, I want to teach you how I stayed consistent with my journaling habit and how I get the most out of it. 1.

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