Follow These Therapists' Tips For Journaling If You Experience Anxiety or Depression
If you are currently experiencing anxiety or depression, you may be looking for simple ways to help you manage and better understand the various emotions you may be feeling. Although everyone's experience is different, some professional therapists recommend journaling as an additional way to process and cope with your feelings. If you're interested in journaling to help with your anxiety or depression, we spoke to licenced professionals on how to get started. Please keep in mind that journaling is not meant to replace any treatments you are currently partaking in, and instead is an additional way to potentially help improve your mental health.
If you are feeling anxious or depressed and need help finding help or resources, the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (1-240-485-1001) and the National Alliance on Mental Illness (1-800-950-6264) have resources available.