This is very important. Sometimes, things show up in a journal that just don’t fit into some of the “formal” questions posted earlier. Write, and keep writing, until you feel comfortable again. Then keep writing.
When to journal:
- Anytime day or night.
- When you are upset and cannot call your sponsor.
- When you are angry.
- When you are hurt.
- When you are happy
- When you are sad.
You can also write “Letters to God”. Sometimes this form of journaling, direct from the heart via pen and paper gives the best insights into who and what we really are.
Another Asset to my recovery is answering the questions listed in Paths to Recovery on Page 107 to 109.
Huge Huggage, I have learned much more about myself via my journal. I hope you can as well. If you have any questions, feel free to email me at email@example.com