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Our journaling question this week touches on a very important concern, especially for those who are using journal-writing to work through some difficult issues. Sometimes we feel we are writing in circles, rehashing the same thoughts over and over, without any progress, relief or resolve. If you have ever experienced this, Mari and I have a few layman’s tips to offer.
We discuss some ways to reframe this process, not necessarily to force change or jump to a false conclusion, but to help find some out-of-the-box ways for you to approach your journaling, so that you get the sense of movement, or progress.
Please join the dialogue. Especially if you’re a therapist or trained counselor, you’re welcome to write your comments and suggestions about “how to stop writing in circles”. Or, send us your own questions that we can feature on a future episode of JournalTalk. (JournalTalk Q&A, Episode #8, July 22, 2014)
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