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CBT Journal How to Make Journaling a Habit

How to Create a Journaling Habit

By Sarah Rees

Along with the many benefits of journaling, I’ve previously shared my personal experience of using writing and reflecting to change my behaviour while recovering from an under-active thyroid. Although you know this simple self-care practice could make a huge difference to your mental health, you’re probably wondering how to create a journaling habit. In his … Read More about How to Create a Journaling Habit

Is it time to start a Journal?

By Sarah Rees

Time to start Journaling? Life is happening every second and it’s fast. We are so busy and overwhelmed we don’t take the time to stop and notice what’s happening at each moment. We don’t get to see the step-by-step progress that we’re making in our lives or learn the patterns of our minds. Then all … Read More about Is it time to start a Journal?

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Is it time for a digital detox? Take the test

By Sarah Rees

Take the test How many times have you looked at your phone today?  Scrolled through your Facebook feed?  Checked your email?  Used an app? How many screens are in front of you right now? You might want to sit down for this next question . . . how would you feel if you suddenly broke … Read More about Is it time for a digital detox? Take the test

Depression, therapy and me

By Sarah Rees

Guest Blog is written by Chris Winson Author and creator of the Blog underwaterbreathes.wordpress.com   If you are reading this then you are probably considering starting therapy or looking for more information about therapy. Perhaps I can help, by sharing how therapy helped me with my depression. Sarah was not my therapist but is someone … Read More about Depression, therapy and me

Depression, CBT & Ten steps to recovery

By Sarah Rees

If you’re currently battling depression, then it very likely feels like there’s no way out. Suggestions from well-meaning friends and family about how to ‘snap out of it’ or comments about you needing to ‘realise just how lucky you are’ are not only way off the mark, but will often push you deeper into feelings … Read More about Depression, CBT & Ten steps to recovery