Moving forward using positive journaling to celebrate self-improvement
Positive journaling is not the traditional style of journaling. This activity may bring some uneasiness. It’s challenging to do something you’re uncomfortable with, so journaling may not express your true inner feelings. I encourage you to listen to the podcast first. And then stop it, listen to the podcast, and participate in the activity.
During this podcast, we will use baby steps to map out steps to nurture and help positive improvements stronger.
The author, Frederik Bannik’s Exceptions Journal, created a ten-question worksheet. In this episode, I will guide you through the last three questions of the ten-question
positive journaling worksheet. Please listen to the first episode of the series as a review of the first seven questions before completing the last three questions. As you work through this activity, I hope you find it meaningful and fun.
psychology.com, Practicing Positive CBT 2012, Frederik Bannik ‘Exceptions Journal’: Reducing Distress to Building Success by Lucinda Poole and Hugo Alberts (Ph.D.).