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How to Start a Secret Diary

  Friday, June 4, 2021
  Diary   Featured  

Think of your diary like a best friend that you can tell your secrets but never worry about back-stabbing or one of your secrets going out into the world. Your diary is a safe haven where you can be exactly who you want to be and get to know yourself more through the process of writing each day.

Family Love: Applying God’s Word to Cultivate Love in Your Family

  Wednesday, June 2, 2021
  Christianity   

Most of us wouldn’t hesitate to say we love our family. We may list reasons why we love each member of our family, reflect on shared experiences, or talk about the connection and bond we have with our family members. However, if we expand our definition of family to include our extended family, while we still may say we love them, most of us would identify at least one family member that we just struggle to enjoy – the crazy aunt, the grumpy grandpa, the annoying in-law, the trouble-maker c...

How ADHD Sufferers Can Learn to Journal Effectively

  Sunday, May 23, 2021

Using journaling regularly has many benefits, but it can be challenging to start this practice when you have Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). ADHD is a mental health disorder characterized by difficulties in organization, planning, self-regulation, and attention. For people with ADHD, it is often challenging to start tasks that require time to sit down, and it can be hard to finish them as well. Because of this, journaling can be hard for someone with ADHD. First you have to...

How Well Do You Know Me Questions for Friends and Couples

  Saturday, May 22, 2021

We like to think we know our best friends and lovers, but how well do we actually know them? Typically, there is not a topic of discussion that begins with questions like "If you could choose one of my personality traits to be universal among everyone, what trait would that be?" You talk about the mundane and sometimes surface-level conversation reserving the "how well do you know me" questions for courting or beginning a friendship.

What is Stockholm Syndrome and How Do I Cope?

  Friday, May 14, 2021

Technically speaking, Stockholm Syndrome refers to a particular emotional, physical, and psychological experience that people go through in hostage situations. In popular culture, we refer to anyone who seems overly compliant and sympathetic with an abuser as a person with Stockholm Syndrome. In the era of #MeToo, examples of powerful women being abused by even more powerful men has opened our eyes to the reality that Stockholm Syndrome as we popularly refer to it can happen to anyone, not ...

What is Client-Centered Therapy? Is it right for me?

  Wednesday, May 12, 2021

There is no wonder that therapy is considered a social science, as it is the art of relating to someone and how we delve through our problems. Initially, when asked to think about therapy, we might envision a Rorschach painting where you determine your psychosis through ink blobs or something akin to a power imbalance between you and your therapist. Carl Rogers flipped this idea of therapy on its head when he created Client-Centered Therapy.

Best Coping Mechanisms for Good Mental Health

  Friday, May 7, 2021

Coping mechanisms are crucial to help people deal with stressful situations and negative emotions that come from them. However, not all coping mechanisms are created equal, and sometimes, what we think of as coping mechanisms actually do more harm than good.  That’s why it’s important to learn about coping mechanisms, and have them in mind for when life throws stressful situations our way.

What is Deflection?

  Sunday, May 2, 2021
  Deflection  

If you are reading this article, you likely are dealing with someone who uses deflection. If you aren’t sure that someone you know uses deflection, you are likely reading this article because you have a suspicion or hint that someone may be using deflection. In most cases, it can be really challenging to know if someone is using deflection or not, and if they are, what you should do about it. In this article, I’ll walk you through understanding what deflection is, the signs of it, and how t...

Covert Narcissism: How to Identify It in Others

  Saturday, May 1, 2021
  Narcissism  

When you think of narcissism, an ex-boyfriend or girlfriend typically comes to mind. They knew how to charm and delight you, but then things changed at a moment's notice. They became harsher, critical, and abusive to make you feel smaller and worthless. The term "narcissist" is a term that has become popularized through the use of social media and other forms to gain more attention. Narcissism has become an informal term to describe someone so horrible that there HAS to be something wrong w...

Sociopath Test: Am I Living With One?

  Friday, April 30, 2021
  Featured   Mental Health  

Imagine the remorseless serial killer from our collective nightmares. He hurts and takes from people without a second thought, seeing them as objects rather than as fellow human beings that deserve the same respect he has for himself. He can be a charming liar—easily evading investigation and throwing suspicion on other people when it suits him, not caring if it means that more innocent people get hurt. He won’t stop rampaging through society until he gets caught or killed, and by the time ...

How Pornography and Depression are Linked

  Tuesday, April 27, 2021
  Depression  

All the lights are off in the house except the soft glow of an internet browser, highlighting the user's face. It is a comforting glow to some as they watch pornographic content to escape the hardships of life. This enticing light and content create a deeper wound than one would expect if you have an addiction.

How to Recognize Gaslighting - A Form of Psychological Manipulation

  Monday, April 26, 2021

You’ve probably seen the term gaslighting before. It was even named one of the most popular words by Oxford Dictionaries in 2018. Gaslighting refers to actions of undermining another person’s reality by denying their truth, the environment, or their feelings. It can be a subtle manipulation technique, or it can be more recognizable. In this article, you’ll learn about what gaslighting is, how to recognize it, and how to heal from it.

An Introvert’s Guide to Surviving the Extroverted World

  Saturday, April 24, 2021

Almost one-half of the population is introverted meaning that most people are trying to survive in an extroverted world. If you are reading this article, you may be an introvert, or you may be wondering if you are an introvert. There is no denying that the world we live in was built for those who thrive in large social gatherings. Because of this, some people can feel shame or embarrassment over being an introvert. That’s in part because there are many incorrect assumptions about what it me...

How Do I Know If I’m An Empath?

  Thursday, April 22, 2021

Empathy is a double-edged sword. The ability to understand another person’s thoughts and feel their feelings makes for an extraordinarily loving friend, family member, coworker, boss, or partner. One of the most basic human desires is the wish to be understood by others. So when we come across true empaths, we rejoice! Finally—someone who sees who we are, what we’re going through, and feels it on a deep level. We feel seen and loved.

Dumping a Therapist: The Ultimate Guide to Finding a Good Therapist

  Wednesday, April 21, 2021

So, you think that you might be stuck with a bad therapist or have started questioning some of the things your therapist has done. Or maybe you have recently started looking for a therapist. counselor, or psychologist, and want to know what bad qualities you should watch out for.

What Does Happiness Mean in the Bible?

  Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Many people seek out wisdom and guidance from the Bible when they are struggling with a particular emotion or difficult circumstance. It is full of verses about comfort for the brokenhearted, encouragement for the disheartened, and peace for the anxious.

20 Ways to Find a Good Therapist Near Me

  Sunday, April 18, 2021

Have you been struggling with anxiety, depression, life transitions, and are looking for the next step to help you with your mental health issue? Are you thinking that it is time to make some changes in your life to feel better and happier? If so, that is a sign that you may be ready for professional help from a therapist. counselor, psychologist, or psychiatrist.

Insightful Depression Quotes to Manage and Overcome

  Friday, April 16, 2021

Depression is like wearing a weighted coat while you try to swim in rough seas. You continue to try your best to keep afloat; you feel consumed by exhaustion, despair, and loneliness as you get battered by the waves that make you think that it might be easier to give up.

The Five Stages Of Grief And How To Cope With Them

  Thursday, April 15, 2021

Grief holds a unique place in the human experience. It’s intensely personal and universal. Everyone who cares about someone or something will go through it, since nothing and no one is eternal. At its core, grief is what we go through when we experience loss—suddenly or slowly, expected or surprising, big or small, it doesn’t matter.

The #1 Antidote to Social Media and Internet Addiction

  Thursday, April 1, 2021

A growing body of research indicates that our society is becoming more addicted to the internet, and more specifically, to social media. Are you hopelessly addicted? If it's impacting your non-digital life; maybe it's time to take action. This guide will help.

Can Anxiety Cause Memory Loss?

  Monday, March 29, 2021
  Anxiety  

There are many damaging effects of long-term anxiety. Those who experience high levels of constant stress often deal with a decline in mental and physical health. It's essential to understand how much anxiety can affect one's health. While anxiety is the body's healthy response to danger--it can be cognitively damaging if one has an anxiety disorder.

Start Journaling to Reduce COVID-19 Related Anxiety and Stress

  Tuesday, March 16, 2021

The numbers show that depression in America and around the world significantly increased due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Now more than ever, people need to look after their mental health as this problem continues to rise. Thankfully, there are many ways people can learn to reduce this coronavirus stress.

8 Ways to Reduce Workplace Stress

  Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Stressful situations are bound to happen at work. The problem is, constant stress in the workplace develops long-term health problems. You spend a lot of time at work, and you want to do well at your job. You need to take of yourself and reduce workplace stress.

Top 7 Free Online Counseling Services

  Thursday, March 4, 2021

People are beginning to have a better understanding of the benefits of therapy. Mental health is becoming a much larger conversation with today's challenges. People face all kinds of issues, and many need help but don't know where to get it. There are many reasons you might look for a therapist, but sometimes you need help in an emergency, or you might feel anxiety having an in-person therapist.

#1 Benefit of Mindfulness

  Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Humans are moving faster than ever. With the rise of technology, our ability to get things done has significantly improved. While humans can get more done, people nowadays are also much more tired, stressed out, and burnt out. Humans need to be more mindful.

Is Resentment Holding You Back?

  Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Resentment is a bitterness that not many people can forget. You can feel the bitterness in smaller and larger scale acts against you such as from Susie in the 5th grade not giving you back your favorite dinosaur pencil to much more severe cases like gut-wrenching betrayal, abuse, and pain that has its nails in your heart.

12 Famous People with Anxiety Disorders

  Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Celebrities are humans too. Part of the challenge of being famous is that people have less sympathy and empathy for celebrities when facing hardships. They think since popular actors, singers, and athletes are wealthy, they don't face the same problems everyone else does.

10 Mental Coping Strategies for COVID Pandemic

  Tuesday, February 16, 2021

The pandemic continues to be a daily struggle for everyone's mental health today. The world has adjusted to the new normal, but the trouble is no one knows when the normal we once knew will come back. The anxiety of the situation can cause many mental health struggles that people should strategically and adequately address.

A Quick and Effective Way to Overcome Public Speaking Anxiety

  Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Public speaking is difficult for many reasons. The speaking anxiety a person feels before a performance can be overwhelming. Doubt, fear, and discomfort about people watching and criticizing the speech creep in and all of those fears can seem impossible. Thankfully, there are ways to address these feelings.

Can Online Therapy Really Work?

  Tuesday, February 2, 2021

As we enter the year 2021, many people are struggling with maintaining their mental health. One option that a large number of people are turning to is online therapy. Therapy has been shown to help individuals build trust, talk through issues, and take control of their life.

How Childhood Emotional Neglect Impacts You in Adulthood

  Tuesday, January 26, 2021

People who faced childhood emotional neglect or CEN continue to struggle with many challenges even after becoming adults. CEN struggles cause complications for people because it’s difficult to identify the source of emotional wounds, unlike physical injuries.

Top 101 Mental Health Blogs of 2021

  Thursday, January 14, 2021

Are you focused on your mental health in 2021? If so, JournalOwl's top 101 mental health blogs of 2021 can help. These blogs cover various mental health issues, including anxiety, depression, PTSD, and OCD. Bookmark these blogs so you can use them as resources throughout the year. Of course, we're biased with JournalOwl leading the pack!

7 Methods to Stop a Panic Attack

  Wednesday, December 30, 2020

Anxiety and panic attacks are awful. Your quality of life suffers, your physical health can be impacted, and relationships tend to suffer. If you are someone who suffers from anxiety or panic attacks, there is hope. It will not last forever. You can overcome it.

Benefits to Keeping a Bible Journal

  Saturday, December 26, 2020
  Christianity   

The Word of God is the Bible. As a Christian, understanding scripture and how to apply it to your life is a lifelong pursuit. Connecting with God and developing a deep relationship with him is accomplished through prayer and studying the Word of God. Christians are encouraged to analyze the Word and relate it’s often aged meaning to their modern lifestyle. It can be challenging to interpret the Bible as it relates to modern times.

How to Stay Patient as a New Parent

  Friday, December 25, 2020

Parenting is never easy, especially for new parents. It is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that revives your whole life. Blessed with a baby recently? Is he/she freaking you out? Well, it's normal! Kids come down from heaven on a special mission and that is to turn their parents’ life upside down. And now that you have brought them to the world, you need to handle them kindly and wisely.

A Step-by-Step Guide to Writing Your Personal Memoirs

  Sunday, December 20, 2020

If you go to a bookstore, you’ll see book after book that contains someone’s life story. These life stories were written by well-known people, including Barack and Michelle Obama, Maya Angelou, Anthony Bourdain, Stephen King, and others. It’s easy to understand why people want to read their life stories, but what about your account? Does your life story have value?

21 Questions to Formulate a Winning Business Plan

  Friday, December 4, 2020

Your business plan should serve as your company’s foundation (U.S. Small Business Administration, n.d.). It should include information about all stages of your business, from the startup phase to the exit strategy. Because the document is so important, you need to prepare before you start writing.

How to Overcome Insomnia with Journaling

  Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Experts recommend that adults get at least seven hours of sleep each night (CDC, n.d.). If you get less than that, you will increase your risk of severe health problems, including heart attacks, strokes, chronic kidney disease, and cancer. Your mental health can also suffer, causing you to feel depressed, anxious, and irritable.

How to Overcome Health Anxiety

  Thursday, October 8, 2020

It’s not unusual to be concerned about your health when you are sick. You want to live a long and healthy life, so if you become ill, you can’t help but worry. You probably undergo medical treatment to get better and then might make some changes to safeguard your health. For instance, if you come down with the flu, your handwashing behaviors might improve. If you suffer a heart attack, you’d likely change your diet and start exercising. 

How to Make $1 Million Before Turning 40 With the Power of Journaling

  Thursday, October 1, 2020

Seventy-eight percent of workers live paycheck to paycheck, and almost 75 percent are in debt (Friedman, 2019). You don’t want to find yourself in the same situation, so you need a strategy to put money in the bank and earn your first million before turning 40.

170 Ways to Show Gratitude in Your Daily Journal

  Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Does it seem like life is busier than ever before? You are always putting out fires or handling obligations, and it all becomes a blur. When you’re always hustling, it can be challenging to find the joy in life. That, in turn, makes it hard to be grateful. Fortunately, you don’t have to make a significant life change to bring gratitude into your life. You can accomplish it by starting a gratitude journal. Committing as little as five minutes a day to writing in a gratitude journal can chan...

Heart Palpitations? It Might Be an Electrolyte Imbalance

  Monday, September 7, 2020

Everything seems normal, and then, you notice your heart throbbing, pounding, fluttering, or skipping a beat. You can’t help but feel anxious and might even worry you’re about to have a heart attack. You end up going to the doctor for a checkup, and the provider mentions your heart palpitations could be an electrolyte imbalance. Part of you is relieved. After all, an electrolyte imbalance sure sounds better than a heart attack. You’re also confused, though. What is an electrolyte imbalance,...

The Ultimate Guide to Starting a Recovery Journal

  Thursday, September 3, 2020

If you are fighting a bad habit, you probably feel like you’re alone. You’re the only person trying to stop smoking, drinking, or using drugs. In reality, these are common problems that people face.

How to Overcome Porn Addiction with Journaling

  Friday, August 21, 2020

People have been interested in pornography since the beginning of time. If you were to explore the La Magdelaine caves, you’d find sketches of naked women that date back to 15,000 BC. (Kushner, 2019). The cave art was replaced with clay tablets, which early porn enthusiasts used to write sonnets about female anatomy. Then, books became the medium of choice, and Pietro Aretino emerged as the first pornographer, filling pages with sex positions so tawdry that the pope issued a ban. Generation...

Five-Minute Gratitude Journal

  Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Some days, you say “thank you” a dozen or more times. Someone brings you coffee, so you say, “thank you.” Someone else grabs lunch, so you say “thanks” once again. These small acts of kindness continue throughout the day, so you say “thank you” repeatedly.

An Ultimate Guide to Journaling for Weight Loss

  Saturday, July 25, 2020

For countless Americans, reaching and maintaining an ideal weight is a struggle. In 2015–16, 71.6 percent of American adults aged 20 and over were obese or overweight, according to the CDC. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2016).

The Benefits of Therapeutic Journaling for PTSD

  Monday, July 6, 2020

Your struggles with PTSD can bring daily challenges and frequent reminders of how much this disorder has impacted your life. Whether you’ve been recently diagnosed or you’re already very familiar with the ups and downs of symptoms, you know that having supportive people around you and keeping a positive and optimistic mindset are critical to your progress, your recovery, and your overall wellbeing.

Overgeneralizing Spells Trouble for Anxiety Sufferers

  Wednesday, June 3, 2020
  Anxiety  

Let’s say a college student is delivering a speech in her college for a debating competition. Everything is going fine, and she has done all the important research work she needed to do for the speech. However, as she is delivering it, she forgets an important point, and she takes a long pause for 10 seconds to collect her thoughts and come back.

Enough with the Should'a, Could'a, Would'a! The Past is the Past. Move On

  Monday, June 1, 2020
  CBT  

Cognitive distortions include different patterns that restrict our capacity towards achieving our optimum potential to reach our life goals. These often arise from a fixed mindset filtering out the positives and only emphasizing the negative. With this type of mindset, you can quickly sabotage your best efforts.

Why are you filtering out the positives in your life?

  Sunday, May 31, 2020
  Anxiety   CBT  

Let’s suppose you’re going to a concert with your friends and all your friends are expecting their favorite band to sing and perform for them. They have dressed up and are in their best mood for the evening. Whereas you are thinking about the dress that doesn’t fit you the way you were expecting it to fit.

Why Anxiety Suffers Must Avoid Sugar

  Saturday, May 30, 2020
  Anxiety   Sugar Free  

Lifestyle modifications are one of the critical ways to overcoming anxiety and depression, and diet plays a major role in a person's lifestyle. Most people wonder whether or not excess sugar consumption is the cause of anxiety, and if cutting it out has the potential to treat anxiety or ease its troublesome symptoms. In this article, we will be exploring the relationship between sugar intake and anxiety and ways to make sure that your plate is not contributing to anxiety attacks.

Proven Health Benefits Of Daily Exercise

  Thursday, May 28, 2020

Exercise is defined as any physical movement that requires your body to burn calories and makes your muscles work. Experts divide physical activities into different types, including walking, running, jogging, swimming, dancing, and cycling to name a few.

5 Ways Meditation Quells Anxiety

  Wednesday, May 27, 2020
  Anxiety   Meditation  

It's normal to feel stressed about taking a test, moving to a new place, or starting a new job. Although this type of anxiety is offensive, it may settle with time and does not interfere with your everyday life. Ordinary anxiety may help motivate you to work harder and to do a better job.

3 Reasons Vaping is Not a Safe Alternative to Smoking

  Wednesday, May 27, 2020

If you are thinking about kicking your smoking habit, you are not alone. Nearly 6 of 10 chain smokers say they want to quit. Quitting all forms of smoking is the best gift you can give to yourself as it harms nearly every organ and tissues in your body, from the heart to kidneys, and blood vessels to the brain.

How to Assume the Best and Stop Mind Reading

  Tuesday, May 26, 2020

It's your first day at work, and you're excited to meet all your colleagues and be at the job you've always dreamed of, but as soon you greet a tired fellow with a smiley "Good Morning!", he hits you back with a cold "Mornin'" while sipping his hot coffee and not even bothering to note the new sound at the office. Then you suddenly fall prey to a cascade of negative emotions in which you are mostly bombarding your mind with assumptions of all kinds.

How to Change the COVID-19 Catastrophizing Mindset

  Monday, May 25, 2020

COVID-19 has taken the form of a global pandemic, and as we know, in these debilitating times, where we are exposed to a gazillion negative news and a never-ending state of fear, it becomes quite easy to get a catastrophizing mindset.

Why All-or-Nothing Thinking is Not Healthy

  Sunday, May 24, 2020

All-or-nothing thinking means perceiving and analyzing different conditions with an extreme approach. Either the interpretation is too positive or too negative for an event. For example, we might call ourselves an erred human for failing at something and think we would only be loved if we achieve a certain goal. This is an all-or-nothing thinking approach.

14 Cognitive Distortions Side-Tracking Your Personal Development

  Saturday, May 23, 2020
  Anxiety  

At an early age, I was particularly in tune with how I felt about a given situation or person. I could “feel” things (or so I thought) that other people could not. My emotions would lead me in many directions at once – sometimes in a productive manner, but most of the time in a trivial direction.

Online vs. In-person Therapy

  Thursday, May 21, 2020

Whether you are suffering from an acute disease like a common cold or a chronic disorder like diabetes, consulting a doctor is necessary to receive appropriate advice for relieving the symptoms. However, most often, patients ignore the need to visit a physician just because of the lack of time.

Embracing Gratitude in Times of Uncertainty

  Wednesday, May 13, 2020
  Anxiety   Depression  

For many Americans the practice of expressing gratitude occurs once a year around the Thanksgiving Dinner table. On this day Americans stop and reflect on the blessings in their lives.

How to Keep a Food Diary

  Monday, May 11, 2020

A food diary can reveal a lot about your own personality, especially your eating habits. At my medical practice, I continually encounter people who have benefited greatly from keeping a food diary to overcome obesity while better managing chronic diseases like depression and hypertension.

12 Steps to Journaling Your Way to Sobriety

  Friday, May 8, 2020
  Alcohol Free  

Whether it’s obesity, or diabetes, or hypertension, I have repeatedly observed in my clinical practice that patients are unable to control these diseases just because of their high alcohol intake.

How to Start a Quit Smoking Journal

  Thursday, May 7, 2020
  Smoke Free  

It may come as a surprise to you. But, in my 15 years of clinical practice, I have repeatedly witnessed how keeping a smoking journal has helped patients quit and stay off cigarettes over the long-term.

Five Proven Ways to Cope with COVID-19 Job Loss

  Wednesday, May 6, 2020
  Anxiety   Depression  

In weeks since the outbreak of COVID19 over 30 million Americans have filed initial unemployment claims. While the numbers of weekly filings have been continuously decreasing since their peak at the end of March, the weekly filing rates are still in the millions.

Top 10 Benefits of Keeping a Pregnancy Journal

  Tuesday, May 5, 2020
  Pregnancy  

Have you thought of keeping a journal during pregnancy? For most women, it may seem like just another task at the time they already feel weighed down by stress and challenges. The physical changes occurring in the body during pregnancy, symptoms like morning sickness, and much more…

Mastering the 4-7-8 Breath Technique to Face Cravings

  Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Abstaining from a bad habit is not easy. Chemicals like nicotine, alcohol, caffeine, and sugar are very addictive to human beings. With sheer will power, an individual can often abstain from addictive substances for a short period of time, but inevitably a stressful event (or trigger) occurs in life.

How to Reduce Caffeine Withdrawal Symptoms

  Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Before signing yourself up for JournalOwl’s 21-day caffeine free journaling challenge, its important to understand the potential withdrawal symptoms and how to mitigate or avoid them completely.

Why Keep a Bladder Diary?

  Saturday, April 25, 2020

Uh oh, you have the urge to pee again. How annoying, right? You are not alone. Millions of people in America suffer from overactive bladder symptoms at some point or another in their life.

8 Iconic People Who Kept Journals

  Friday, April 24, 2020
  Did You Know?  

Did you know that some of history’s biggest names kept journals? It really shouldn’t be a surprise. Research has shown that journaling improves mental health, decreases stress, and even helps with organization and memory.

3 Reasons to Keep a Blood Pressure Diary

  Friday, April 24, 2020

At your last doctor’s office visit, the nurse unwraps the cuff from your arm and writes down the reading in your chart. You find it odd that she does not say “great blood pressure” like she has so many times in the past, but you shrug it off.

Therapeutic Journaling: A Guide to Overcoming Anxiety in Uncertain Times

  Thursday, April 23, 2020

It seems like life as you know it has changed overnight. One day, you were going to work, restaurants, movies, and more. Now, you are sheltering in place, wondering if you or your loved one will develop COVID-19 symptoms. Your anxiety likely spikes when you do venture out to the grocery store, where you’re greeted with empty shelves and people wearing masks trying to stay the mandated six feet apart.

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