Journaling Questions to Reduce Anxiety

I often recommend journaling to my anxious clients and they are always surprised just how much writing out their own thoughts can help them. Journaling provides an opportunity for self reflection and discovery, allowing us to become more aware of our thoughts and feelings, and providing a safe space to question our anxiety.

Journaling has been a key strategy in my own personal growth, and that of many successful people. I only wish I knew about the value of journaling when I used to struggle with debilitating anxiety myself.

How Does Journaling Reduce Anxiety?

Journaling is time set aside for self reflection and discovery and is highly recommended for anxiety and stress management. It can help us to reduce feelings of fear, nervousness and overwhelm and encourage us to better our well-being.

Journaling can be done as often as you feel the need to get thoughts out of your head and on to paper. It can be a free flow of thoughts and feelings, I try my best to journal every morning and like to ask myself specific questions that help serve me better.

I tend to only answer about 5 questions each time I sit down with pen and paper, and always start with how am I feeling, and end with what I am grateful for.

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