|A Publication of the National Limb Loss Information Center||[ Table of Contents ]|
|Senior Step - Volume 1, 2004|
|Available in PDF format. Requires Acrobat Reader from Adobe.|
Caregiver Tips: Journaling
by Patricia Isenberg, MS
Never kept a journal before? You might want to start because journaling:
Make the journaling process your own. You don’t need to write in complete sentences. Use single words, rhyming words, or make up your own words. Or maybe you don’t even want to write at all. Feeling pressure? Draw a picture of a monster that represents the stress you feel. Borrow your child’s crayons to add color and emotion.
How Do You Begin?
How Do You Keep Going?
Professional writers sometimes encounter what they term “writer’s block,” an inability to put words on paper. When that happens:
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