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Benefits of Journaling & Psychotherapy for Borderline Personality Disorder

Journaling has been a widespread practice for hundreds of years. Anne Frank’s journal gives us a glimpse of history. Mark Twain kept a journal so he could remember story ideas. Even Leonardo da Vinci kept a diary detailing his inventions and ideas.

Journaling can be a valuable asset as part of your psychotherapy for borderline personality disorder. Consider it a tool you can use on your own or with your therapist to gain a new understanding of yourself.

In this article, we’ll explore six benefits as well as several borderline personality disorder journal prompts to consider in deepening your mental health journey.

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3 Everyday Tips for Managing OCD’s Intrusive Thoughts

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, commonly called “OCD,” is a mental health disorder that causes unwanted thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Over 2.5 million American adults are impacted by this disorder, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. The symptoms can range from mildly annoying to debilitating, depending on the person they are affecting. If you are struggling with, there are coping mechanisms for managing these symptoms. Here are 3 everyday tips for managing OCD’s intrusive thoughts.

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Childhood Trauma & Memory Loss

When you experience something so painful that you “block out” the memory itself and anything that reminds you of it, you may be experiencing memory loss trauma. This may lead you to hide important information from yourself by occluding larger swaths of information than you initially intended. 

If you are facing obstacles associated with memory loss, you may benefit from age regression hypnosis techniques that can help you see things in a new light. A therapist trained in age regression techniques may help you in the following ways.

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Therapy Helps With Goal Setting

How Therapy Helps With Goal Setting

Whether you’re setting resolutions for the new year, or simply facing an obstacle that could benefit from a different perspective, goal setting therapy may be something you could benefit from. 

No need to wait for life to become hectic to seek therapy– in fact, utilizing a therapist’s assistance in achieving your goals can prevent unnecessary chaos. Here are ways therapy can re-acquaint you with your personal goals:

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The Power of Vacations for Mental Health

We often don’t realize how much we need something until we get it. Vacations are one of those things. In our busy and demanding day-to-day lives, it’s easy for us to lose sight of our own health, mentally and physically. 

Traveling is essential for your well-being and can also improve your overall performance. As much as the idea of mandatory vacations sounds absurd, it can help improve your productivity at your workplace. According to Harvard Business Review, vacations increased productivity by 13%, creativity by 33%, and happiness by 25%. Here are some of the mental health benefits of travel and vacation.

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