I made a commitment to myself this month to focus on my self-care which for me included lots of practice loving myself.
Recently, I am beginning to understand how layered my trauma is and it’s affects on my sense of self-worth.
The most potent of my triggers are always caused by situations that create a sense of inadequacy or unworthiness. When I feel like I have to defend myself or prove myself against unprovoked or malicious attack it evokes in me deeply buried emotions of abuse and neglect and my responses reflect that history.
This week’s prompts are about Inner Peace to help encourage me, and you, to continue on this journey to self.
7 Journal Prompts: Seeking Inner Peace
- When/where do I feel most at peace?
- What am I in control of at this moment?
- What does confidence mean to me?
- What do I need to forgive myself for?
- What are 2 ways I can care for myself better?
- What are 2 unhealthy habit I want to cut out of my life?
- How can I add positivity to my life today
I hope that these prompts help you explore your inner self a little bit more and find some ways to create more peace in your life.
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