April 23, 2020
Dr. Doreen Marshall, a psychologist with experience that spans clinical, educational and professional settings, has been engaged in local and national suicide prevention and postvention work for more than 15 years writes “A large part of anxiety comes from a sense of what we think we should be able to control, but can’t.” Read more here about things you can control. One suggestion to begin to take back control of your emotions during anxious times is to consider journaling. Some helpful hints on getting started with journaling are provided here. If you’re not sure what to journal about, here are some prompts to get you started. Perhaps you can help others get started, too, by sharing a journal prompt of the day.
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