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Journaling can be understood as the adult version of writing in a diary; it allows you to express yourself without punishment and to explore your feelings without anyone’s judgment but your own.
The cathartic act of getting your thoughts out of your head and onto paper can help you gain control of your emotions and improve your mental health.
Writing in a journal regularly can improve your mood as you:
Journaling can help you establish order when your life is in a state of chaos. It allows you to relax while you get to know yourself on a deeper level. It gives you something to look forward to every day—something that is good for your mind and your body.
Source: University of Rochester Medical Center
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