Welcome and get ready to journal with this week’s new chronic illness journal prompt!
Each week this post will be updated with a writing prompt for your personal use.
Why use journal prompts? Because sometimes, chronic illness symptoms and pain blind us from things. They could hide or diminish something wonderful or make us just not want to think about anything tough.
My chronic illness journal prompts are designed to make you think. Sometimes deeper than others, but always about things that you should think about, even if you don’t realize it.
These prompts are free, and new ones will be added weekly.
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Current Journal Prompt
August 22, 2022: Like an automobile, your chronic illness sends signals to warn you of an impending breakdown. Think the signals your body and illness sends when you are low on fluids, need to rest, are overheating, etc…. Recognizing and addressing these signals sooner rather than later may help avoid a full breakdown flare.
Want more? Scroll down for prompts from the past few weeks, or click here for even more!
Prompts You May Have Missed
August 15, 2022: Think back to your diagnosis day. What lifestyle changes were you told to expect? Compared to your current life, were those changes made? Why or why not?
August 7, 2022: Diagnosis Day Emotions: Think about all the emotions felt at the time of your 1st chronic illness diagnosis. Which feelings have you dealt with, which still need dealing with?
July 25, 2022: My body and I had different plans for the day, which caused…
July 18, 2022: If you could time travel, would you rather go to the future or the past? Why? And how does your chronic illness factor into your decision?
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