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Write Morning Pages

writing 1-3 pages every morning allows you to reflect on your emotions and mental state at a later time. This allows you to recognize what causes your intense emotions and enables you to release some of those negative thoughts.

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Morning pages are 3 pages that record stream of consciousness thoughts, to help you untangle your mind.

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