THERE'S MORE THAN ONE WAY TO SAY "I'M HERE FOR YOU"
CHRISTMAS AT DISCOVERY JOURNAL
After the year we've had, this Christmas is set up to be the best one yet! There is still a lot of on-going anxiety, whether it's always been there or whether you know of someone who is experiencing uneasy and struggling like you haven't seen before.
This year we have put together some "care packages" a way to let your loved ones know they are supported without having to say a word!
DESIGNED WITH LIVED EXPERIENCE
A system built on the experiences of those with anxiety disorder
Track moods, rate experiences and note interactions
FITS AROUND YOU
Complete each section in your own time and at your own pace
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE
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"I don't think people understand how stressful it is to explain what's going on in your head when you don't understand it yourself"
The worlds first prompted journal.
Designed with lived experience, to be a simple and quick way to identify areas of stress and anxiety.
Encourages you remove noise from the day and concerntrate on identifying your triggers.
Breaks down your day into digestible sections, being strategic and concise about your emotions and remind yourself of the days you survived and the days you thrived!
F E A T U R E D I N
"The most amazing journal that has been incredibly beneficial to my own personal recovery. It’s so easy to pinpoint in my day if something has gone wrong or stressed me out by looking back on all my daily interactions and moods throughout the day."
Journals are a very personal item. Something incredibly exposing and enlightening. Some people write every day, once a week or less. In my case, I write when I’m at a height of anger, sadness or confusion. Having battled with severe anxiety disorder and ocd, as well as having had experiences with other mental health challenges I am programmed to see and deal with life more diplomatically. No feeling should ever be ignored.
Something can happen in an average day, that can rock me and things tend to pile on top until I can’t put my finger on a cause or a culprit, and everyone around me will suffer from my confusion. Writing down the day and getting in touch with myself helps me decipher what is really bothering me and address it quickly. I wanted to create something which will act as a logic, strategic and simple way to "get to know yourself".