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Anxiety Journal Prompt

If you want to try journaling for anxiety but you don’t have any ideas for where to start, try using journaling prompts as a jumping-off point. From there, it’s up to you whether you want to continue using prompts or try some free-writing. Remember, there’s no wrong way to journal.

What does my anxiety sound, look and feel like to me?

Make a list of 10 affirmations to repeat when your anxiety spikes.

What signs do I notice before an anxiety attack?

Where do my worries come from? Am I basing them off of past experience or future expectations?

What do these worries say about me? What need/want am I afraid wont be met?

What actions can I take to begin releasing my concerns?

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