What if there was a form of therapy – a therapist so to speak – who was always available (for free!) and always listened? That therapist is indeed at your fingertips 24/7, even when you are alone. All you need is a pen and paper or your friendly computer.

Most of us know that journaling has been shown to improve both emotional and physical health. Writing can help clear the mind, enhance your mood, alleviate stress, free up energy and awaken creativity – and therapeutic writing can be pretty fun too.

Diane Sherry Case, author of Write for Recovery, shares her valuable insight and ideas to help people manage anxiety.

Banish Anxiety in 2018: The Secret Tool You Already Have