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.