Focus on “positive” when journaling–magic


People often ask, “Do I need to write about problems or trauma to receive the benefits of journaling?”

A recent study using Web based Positive Affective Journalling, an adaptation of the original expressive writing protocol, would suggest not.

Positive Affective Journalling was found to be effective in reducing some aspects of mental distress and improving aspects of well-being among medical patients experiencing anxiety.


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