If you want to start not feeling like crap a little more quickly and not as painful than ever before, there’s no better way to do it than by journaling out your feelings.
And here’s the best part: you can swipe my personal journal prompts… for FREE! Just use this link to get instant access:
These Journal Prompts are the same journal prompts I used when I wanted to process my feelings, journal out memories, and have a reason to have a good cry. So I know it’s going to work really well for you too. That’s because these are prompts from my first few months of grief after the passing of my husband. These are not prompts from someone who has experienced the loss after years and years. These are real raw journaling questions.
Simply put, if you want a safe place to experience your feelings and a safe place to journal your feelings, then download this Grief Journal and put it to work for you today.
Here’s how to use it…
There is no right or wrong way to use this journal. You can walk through all 5 prompts in order, or you can jump around. In addition, you can answer the prompts more than once at different times of your grief.
Now, you might be a little unfamiliar with some of the journaling prompts; they are prompts for the everyday things that cause the grief wave to overtake you.
You can walk through this grief wave at your own pace.
Warm Wishes, Terra
P.S. You don’t have to worry about trying to figure out how to do this all on your own. Instead, you can walk through the fog with a flashlight.
by clicking here: