I’m so glad that you stopped by. I cover the following topics: Journaling for stress relief, to change self-talk, and accept yourself.
Are you bothered with negative self-talk? Are you doing okay, but something is missing in your life? I can help you create a journal practice that fits your lifestyle, so it can be available to you anytime, day or night to reduce your stress and feelings of overwhelm. I believe every women should keep some type of journal or notebook.
Do you suffer from feelings of negativity and a nasty inner critic? I understand and have been there myself. I still have negativity in my life, but I’m managing it much better now than in the last year. My life is nowhere near perfect, but I worry a lot less and accept myself as I am. Do you want to feel less negative and less bothered by your inner critic? I can help.
What is self-esteem? Do you have low or healthy self-esteem? These are the questions I want to ask you today. Self-esteem is how you feel about yourself and how much self-acceptance you have.
I have struggled with low self-esteem most my life. I have recently started my journey to better self-acceptance by both reading and journaling.
There are many views on exactly what self-esteem is. I have been reading that high self-esteem can be just as bad as low self esteem. I think of high self-esteem as being self-important. We should all aim for healthy self-esteem and self-acceptances.
Low self-esteem often starts in early childhood. Even with loving parents, the negative messages we receive can develop low self-esteem in us.
How does this fit in with journaling? I suggest you start a inner critic journal or start a new section in your main journal.
Now it is your turn. What are your views about self esteem? Is it internal or external? Comment below. What makes a person have healthy self- esteem? Get your “Do it Afraid” Mini Guide Book below.