I have problems with paper journals for that reason. Even though people can break passwords, I prefer to write on my computer and at least I know the kids can't get into it!
I write online and have a paper journal. My feeling is, if they have to snoop and don't like what they see, they shouldn't be snooping in the first place. JMO.
i think its a good idea. can you get something to lock it up in or try to do one online?
I have been trying to write in my journal, but I have a lot of diasassociative issues and have a very difficult time remembering things, making it hard to write. I don't remember most of my childhood and a good chunk of my adult life. Just bits and pieces. I do well with present issues, but anything that I have to draw a parallel between past and present, draws a blank. It's frustrating. I look at some homework I get from my therapist, and just think "I can't do this"
I don't worry about anyone seeing it, my husband has the attention span of a gnat
I definitely know that feeling! I currently have a journaling app on my kindle that is accessed with a code so nobody can read it. Can you find one with a lock on it?
i do not, but i really really should. i think it's a good idea. as long as you keep it safe whether it is in a paper journal or on the computer. and make sure you are 100% honest in it, or it'll do you no good.
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