Resilience Journal (digital)
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** Due to #COVID-19 situation, most of us are staying home and self-isolating. On the flip side, this event is providing us an opportunity to slow down and look inward, so that we can begin to heal and grow from within.
You can start journaling with our Gratitude & Resilience eJournals . We have made them available for free until April 30.
Alternatively, all of our guided journals are also available on Happiness Planner mobile & web app which is free to use for the next 30 days.
* This is a PDF download. You can use the files with GoodNotes, Notability, or any other PDF editor app on your iPad/tablet. Or, you can just print them out. Once you check this out, you'll receive another email with the download link.
Our Resilience Journal is designed to help you through the process of building mental strength & patience, and train your mind to find and maintain peace, even during the hardest moments.
When you encounter a difficult situation, you have two choices: you can let your emotions take over and become paralyzed by fear and sorrow, or you can lift yourself out of negative thought and transform pain into possibility. It might seem like you have no choice but to suffer. Negative events happen, and most of the time you can’t control them. What you can control is the way you react to them. It’s important to remember that you have the choice and the ability to bounce back from adversity. A resilient mindset is like a muscle that needs to be conditioned and strengthened every single day.
Life is a rollercoaster ride of highs and lows. It is inevitable that you’ll encounter challenges at some point. And while these experiences might bend you, they do not have to break you. This is where the saying “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger” comes from. It doesn’t mean that you aren’t allowed to feel any negative emotions. It is fundamental to detect and embrace pain, fear, sadness, stress, and to know where these thoughts are coming from. Then you can begin working to understand how to move forward, and with which tools.
- 30 journaling prompts
- Inspirational quotes