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20 Great Mental Health Bullet Journal Pages

Make a worry tree to trace your thoughts. Reflect on yourself without depression and anxiety.src=”http://thefunnybeaver.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/bullet-md-tracker.jpg” alt=”” width=”564″ height=”705″ /> Track your habits and moods on one page.
Write out the signs of over thinking. Write down truths about anxiety. Remember what you love about yourself.

Make a list of things to control.
Make a ‘undo’ list. Track all of your triggers.
Make a page about doing less and more. List things that will benefit yourself.
Create an anxiety reducing list.
Make a self-improvement page.
Make an “I Know” page for anxiety attacks.
Make a page for a balanced life.Create alternative lists. Check in with yourself.
Create a stop list. Create a “better day” list.
Think about mental strength.


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