We heal from past relationships by learning from them. While it’s never a good idea to dwell on the past, it can help to analyze relationships that went wrong so you can see what you might be able to do differently next time.

Journaling is a wonderful activity to get your feelings out and on the page. Take five minutes out of your day to answer our questions and see what comes up for you.

This is what the research says about journaling

“There is a ton of evidence out there on the outcomes of journal writing therapy, and overall this evidence points to its effectiveness in helping people identify and accept their emotions, manage their stress, and ease the symptoms of mental illness.

It has even been shown to impact physical well-being; avid journal writer and journalist Michael Grothaus notes that there are studies suggesting journaling can strengthen the immune system, drop blood pressure, help you sleep better, and generally keep you healthier (2015).”

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Haley Laferney
Haley Laferney is the Graphic Designer at Reach Out Recovery and a graduate of Ringling College of Art and Design. She is also a gold and silver ADDY award winner.

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