Journaling for better Mental Health

Journaling for better Mental Health

A Guide to Positive Journaling - by expert by experience Abi, 16. Children's Mental Health Week

Abi, 16, uses journaling to help her see the good in every day, manage her wellbeing and feel better.

She said: “Journaling helps you remember the small positive things that happen every day but that you often don’t notice, or dismiss.

“The more you practice this, the more you will notice them during the day. Remember: Not every day is a good day, but there is some good in every day. Journaling is one way to help you find it.”

Take a look at Abi’s journaling tips and tricks here and below.

You can also find out more about supporting teenagers and their mental health.

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Published: 8 February 2022