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Some people have a hard time talking about their feelings and what's going on inn their lives. Journaling lets people write their feelings on paper and in return they can release anger, shame, sadness and other emotions.

It's also a good tool to use with your mental health therapist. It's hard to remember all your feelings over a period of time, with journaling you can review good and bad days with your therapist. It may also help you find a pattern with your bad days and emotions for specific events and people. Journaling can help you find which coping skills work for you.



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