8 Reasons Why You Need This Journal Series
1. You can improve yourself. Yes, YOU!
Even if you’ve never been a fan of self-improvement tools, this simple tool will easily help you better understand who you are and how to transform your inner voice.
2. You deserve to love yourself and be happy
For many individuals, cultivating positive self-talk is a challenging journey. It requires effort and dedication, but with the Self-Talk Journal Series, you can learn effective techniques to empower your inner voice and reclaim authority over the harsh inner critic.
3. You struggle with your own thoughts
You might overthink things, you’re hard on yourself, you project negativity onto others, you put others ahead of your needs.
4. Books and courses can only help so much
With journaling, you learn from yourself, so it sticks with you more than any book or course.
5. Regular journaling is a chore
Staring at a blank journal page can make you feel even more anxious. The Self-Talk Journal Series gives you prompts to guide your entries, making it a seamless and enjoyable experience.
6. You’ve never seen a journal like this before
It teaches you to be patient with yourself while you make these, well, switches. It helps you shift your focus. It allows you to zoom out. It reminds you that you are bigger, deeper, and richer than your thoughts are at this moment.
7. Designed by health experts, from psychologists to clinical counselors
The Self-Talk Journal Series is completely science-backed and written in collaboration with over a dozen mental health experts, from psychologists to clinical counselors.
8. You’ll also learn powerful tools and techniques
Like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), that will help you transform the way you interpret the world.
100’s of others have tried it and gave it 5 stars. Actual quotes from our customers…
"I feel like I have someone cheering me on, and that comes from a confident place from within."
"It helped me realize everyone feels the same and has issues and I am not as alone as I think I am."
"I'm more aware of when I'm being too hard on myself and will remind myself of the lessons I've learned through using the journal."