10 ways journaling can boost self-confidence

If you are suffering from stress, anxiety, despair, or going through a low phase of life, journaling can help you.

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What is journaling?

Journaling can be considered as an act of writing down your feelings and ideas.



Journaling regularly is an excellent approach to boost your self-confidence, mental health, and emotional wellness. The benefits of journaling regularly are not only limited to psychological help. It is also extremely beneficial to your physical health.

What are the benefits of journaling regularly?

There are numerous benefits to journaling regularly.



Whether you are studying, have a job, are a stay-at-home person, suffering from any kind of illness, or just want to escape the pressures of everyday life, journaling regularly is a viable solution for everyone.

1. Journaling regularly reduces anxiety.

Regular journaling can help you feel less anxious.



Once you learn how to start journaling, You can use it to escape from your traumatic past, PTSD etc.

2. Journaling regularly helps with brooding

Journaling regularly can help you get over your traumatic past.



If you have had a traumatic past, writing about it can help break from that never-ending cycle of compulsively thinking and worrying over what happened and how it could have been different.

3. Journaling regularly helps regulate emotions

People who indulge in journaling regularly are more in control of their emotions than those who journal sporadically



Studies have observed that people who wrote about their feelings and sentiments in the journal showed more control than those who wrote about neutral experiences.

4. Encourages opening-up

Writing about their traumatic past opens them up.



Most people find it difficult to communicate their past trauma verbally. Thus, writing about it is a great way of getting all the thoughts, emotions, feelings, pent-up anger, and frustration out in the open and on a piece of paper.

5. Boosts self-confidence

When you journal, you keep track of all your goals and accomplishments regularly



Knowing that you are growing as a person and gaining skills helps boost self-confidence. You feel good about the path you have taken and about the journey you have been on.

6. Helps emotional health

Journaling regularly helps you be more attuned to their emotional health.



Over time, journaling habits evolve. The people involved in journaling regularly get more attuned to their emotional health while connecting with their inner desires and wants.

7. Reduces stress

The buildup of stress can negatively impact your emotional, mental, and physical well-being.



Journaling regularly can act as an excellent stress management system and as a healthy practice that reduces the negative effect of stress on your physical health.

8. Improves immunity

Expressive writing can boost a person’s immunity



Journaling has also been linked to a better function of the immune system. It has been shown to reduce rheumatoid arthritis and asthma symptoms.

9. Sharpens memory

Fantastic way of keeping your mind active and in shape



Journaling regularly boosts the capacity of the memory to think analytically logically and enhances the process of cognitive thinking.

10. Helps with traumatic past

People can get stuck in never-ending cycle of trauma



Journaling can help break this never-ending cycle of negative thought loops. Once they have written down the instances of their traumatic past, they can revisit it at a different time and look at it more logically.

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