Why this diary?
If you aren’t currently using any anxiety recovery tools, this is an important starting point in managing your anxiety, stress or past trauma.
This diary helps to move you from your emotional right brain to your logical left brain, allowing you to understand your progress. It helps your Hippocampus (the brain's data storage unit) to file, store and date stamp information in a helpful way.
Ultimately, it ensures you can live a full life even with anxiety, stress or past trauma.
12 monthly diary sections with a yearly summary sheet. At the end of 12 months, you’ll have a clearer picture of your mental health, how you are doing, what you’ve been doing and how you’ve improved.
The diary helps you clarify your values, who your support team are and your emotional strengths. It also takes you back to look at your past with a childhood overview and how you felt. Knowledge is power!
Awareness is key. The diary takes you through journaling exercises on where you currently are and where you want to be, in relation to your family, life and career. Helping to futureproof your lifestyle. This helps your brain file and date stamp information in a new way.
Daily Mood Tracker
Often when we are suffering from trauma, anxiety and stress we don't have words to describe how we truly feel. The Diary gives you the emotional vocabulary to use to help track your daily mood.
Monthly Behaviour Tracker
It’s important to understand your unhealthy behaviours, tracking helps you to see when you start to feel better, what you struggle with and what techniques have helped you.
Rational Thought Replacement
The Diary takes you through a process of what you were thinking to what you think now, recognising your emotions which helps different parts of your brain come alive.
There is opportunity to track your food intake, sleep and movement. All of these things can be both cause and effects of fluctuations in your mental health, and understanding what triggers these fluctuations is important.
A gratitude practice has proven mental and physical benefits. The Diary gives you an opportunity to record the things that you are grateful for.
We tend to focus on the negatives when it comes to mental health, but the MindHealth Diary helps you to focus on the positives. It gives you the opportunity to explore who can help you, how to create accountability and it asks you to grade your motivation and resiliency.
I am obsessed with how trauma and our past impacts the brain, mind and body…
Hi, my name is Bonita, Founder of The Anxiety Recovery School, Master Therapist, Coach and Trainer.
I am passionate about helping as many women as I can recover from anxiety, stress and past trauma and live the life they deserve.
I have walked the path you find yourself on right now too. I found the right people at the right time to help me overcome my two big personal traumas and I did it by investing in myself and therapist and coaches.
Now, I can help you start this journey with the MindHealth Diary.
You deserve this!