Mood Tracker: My Mood Tracker – A Journal To Help You Map Your Mood Through All Their Ups and Downs: A Journal to Help You Map Your Mood Through All Its Ups and Downs

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Mood Tracker: My Mood Tracker – A Journal To Help You Map Your Mood Through All Their Ups and Downs: A Journal to Help You Map Your Mood Through All Its Ups and Downs

Mood Tracker: My Mood Tracker – A Journal To Help You Map Your Mood Through All Their Ups and Downs: A Journal to Help You Map Your Mood Through All Its Ups and Downs

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The mood journal lets you record how you’re feeling and why. Or you can just write about what’s happening. When you make a mood journal entry you first select your current mood. Then you're able to provide comments on what you're thinking, doing and feeling. ​ Do you like taking pictures? Why not capture your mood through these polaroid frames? You can even draw small figures inside them! When it comes to personal wellbeing, one’s mood plays an important role in determining energy levels, where attention is focused, and what actions are taken. One study suggested that: Rest when you can. This can help you have the energy to cope with difficult feelings and experiences.

You can write every day if you need to. Or just write when you feel the need. The important thing to remember is that your mood journal isn’t just for negative emotions like anger, frustration, and anxiety. Try writing down one thing you’re glad about each day and record how you feel about it. Writing down when things go well as well, even really small things, can help to remind you of things to be proud of One’s personality can influence the way a mood is displayed, and the actions that one takes during such phases. People who are more optimistic and positive, who gather more information from the surrounding stimuli, are able to have a better view of reality and adjust their actions according to what’s going on at that moment. Philippot, P., & Agrigoroaei, S. (2016, August 2). Repetitive thinking, executive functioning, and depressive mood in the elderly. Retrieved from http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13607863.2016.1211619 Plot twist: I tried positive journaling in the fiery timeline of our Lord COVID-19 and found it incredibly invalidating to my own nonpositive emotions. If you’re like me, mood journaling might be the answer.Self-help strategies: PTSD Coach offers positive self-talk and anger management strategies, among other tools. If you're finding things hard emotionally right now, you're not alone. We're here to give information and support. when participants were in a happy mood, they processed information more globally compared to when they were in a sad mood.” Not always knowing what exactly it is that you're feeling, is not only confusing and frustrating, it means you're more likely to be at the mercy of your emotions.

Helmenstine, A. (2011, February 25). Mood Ring Colors and Mood Ring Meanings. Retrieved from https://www.thoughtco.com/mood-ring-colors-and-meanings-608026 The important thing to note, however, is that it is not the feelings and emotions themselves that are the issue, rather, it is the coping mechanisms that the individual created that are building barriers and obstacles to leading a more balanced life. In fact (Stein, 2018): Psychologists define mood as a number of persistent feelings that accompany our perception and evaluation of incoming stimuli. Mood has a huge influence on the way we react, specifically in the actions we take and the feelings that get created throughout that process (Amado-Boccara, Donnet, & Olie, 1993).This type of journaling provides a more creative and fun way to organize your life and make it more meaningful and productive. You just need the right kind of pen, journal, layouts, and ideas, and you can start your journey. I spent a long time investigating how to create a mood journal. However, no matter how hard I looked, I couldn’t find anything. There was a lot of theory, but I didn’t know where to start. There weren’t any examples anywhere. So, I decided to grab my own notebook and start to manage my emotions my way. The experience was so positive that today I am going to share it with you. Activities: The app recommends and provides activities such as mindfulness meditation and therapeutic videos and lets you record your mood before and after to discover which activities help improve your moods.

Relaxation techniques: The app features visualization and breathing exercises, tips for better sleeping habits, and muscle relaxation techniques. Writing a little every day about what’s happened to make you upset can help you to spot patterns and understand your feelingsTo make sure we link the right record to the right person, we need to take you through a few steps. This will be done with your healthcare professional. What if I don’t have a smartphone? One way to analyze your mood is to go to the History screen and search for your Mood entries. There you can search for particular keywords, e.g. "anxious" or "work stress." Thought diary: MoodTools lets you create thought diaries to record and analyze the situations and scenarios that can cause negative thought patterns. Note that while research shows apps are good for collection and reflection of emotions, they may not be as helpful with actual logging. Personally, apps didn’t work for me because the way they categorized emotions didn’t resonant with how I felt them. 3. Log it every day



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