The pain of divorce might have lasting effects on our psyche. This article from Psychology Today helps us to effectively deal with that pain through journaling.
In it, Dr. Wayne Jonas talks about how it can help in preventing depression and dealing with traumatic experiences. Journaling provides a safe environment that enables you to face your traumas. When that happens, remarkable healing follows. Indeed, studies find that journaling can reduce pain, improve depression, and even lower markers of inflammation,” writes the doctor.
It’s a great article that we at Hello Mojo Magazine find journaling quite calming. If you wish to do the same, don’t hesitate to click on the link below to learn more about how to do it for the optimal effect.