Journaling offers a safe space to have an inner discourse with yourself. You can work out internal and external issues and have a record of your thoughts and reactions. You can use it as a document that tracks your growth and mindset evolution. There are no rules or barriers to your self-expression. Answering deep topical prompts can lead to stream-of-consciousness writing that has therapeutic benefits. Writing about your thoughts, internal struggles, questions, and experiences can be an outlet of release as well as a sounding board. Journaling allows you to keep your thoughts private or easily share them.
Who are the people in your life that understand you the best? How did this understanding grow?
What can you do to connect with more people socially?
If you could change one of your past actions, what would it be and what would you do differently? Why?
Who is your role model? Why do they play an important role in your life?
What makes a happy memory for you? What makes a sad memory for you? Is each set similar or different from each other?
What do you think is more important, inner beauty or outer beauty?
If you could tell your past self one advice, what would it be and why?
What are some ways you motivate yourself to reach your goal ?
Which animal do you think describes you and why?
Who makes you feel safe and happy? Why?