Journal for Healthy Relationships
Our relationships are a key part of our wellness. In this video journaling retreat, we'll use wellness journaling to give you time, space, and gentle guidance to process a relationship, or relationships, that you're working on.
Once you purchase this video retreat, you will get an automated email via Thinkific to create your account and access your video retreat on your Thinkific dashboard. You will have unlimited access to this video, so you can take your time going through it and come back to it later.
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This video retreat has five wellness journaling lesson, each with guided prompts. These lessons are:
Reflecting on positive and negative relationship experiences
Unpacking what matters to you in your relationships
Exploring how to bridge divides in relationships
Setting healthy boundaries in your relationships
Clarifying what you want and need moving forward in your relationships
Often, when we've been hurt, it's from a relationship - being let down, betrayed, or harmed by people we counted on. It takes work and deep reflection to identify and end toxic relationships, to establish healthy boundaries, and to build healthy relationships. It takes work and deep reflection to open ourselves up to trust and love.
The prompts and guided wellness journaling in this video retreat aim to help you gain clarity on what matters to you in your relationships, and to create, through your wellness journaling, a path forward for your relationships that serves your mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual wellness.
I recommend spacing this retreat out and doing the lessons one at a time, not all in one sitting, because it will be a lot to go through in one sitting. Go at your own pace, one lesson at a time.
If you are, or might be, experiencing abuse, or know someone who is, you can reach out to the National Domestic Violence Hotline at https://www.thehotline.org/ or calling their number at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233).
For guidance on recognizing and understanding signs of abuse - both physical and emotional abuse, see their webpage at https://www.thehotline.org/identify-abuse/ .
You can also find state by state resources for abuse and domestic violence at https://www.womenshealth.gov/relationships-and-safety/get-help/state-resources.
Please know that you are not alone in this, and there are people who are here to help.