Christine Bergsma

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Christine is the Founder & CEO of Journaling Through, a company specializing in empowerment concepts, self-care techniques and holistic healing through state-of-the-art guided journaling.

Christine is an award-winning screenwriter and course developer. After her legal studies, she focused her energy on combining her love of writing, humanitarian efforts and business knowledge to create a series of guided journals that focuses on personal growth after life-altering events.

She continues to collaborate with experts in various fields to create workshops and seminars as a valuable resource in their respective businesses while sharing her expertise thro
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Today's spotlight is on: Alexandra Badita, Founder of Impressivity® by Alexandra, Journaling & Storytelling Expert

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The main difference is in the intention we set for the journaling process. In a personal journal, our purpose might be healing from a traumatic experience, processing emotions, or daily wellbeing. In contr

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“Did you know that people with mental illness can have strong mental health? More often than not, mental illness and mental health are used interchangeably, however they do not mean the same thing! Every person has mental health, but not every person will have a mental illness. Mental health is the ability to adapt to change, be resilient in difficult circumstances and live a full and passionate life. Mental illness on the other hand is diagnosed by a professional (psychologist etc.) and require a well-managed plan, therapy and occasionally medication. Mental health is improved by journaling, yoga, exercise, healthy boundaries, good diet and active self-care!”
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“I might not be able to change the outcome, but I can still make a difference”
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“Did you know that people with mental illness can have strong mental health? More often than not, mental illness and mental health are used interchangeably, however they do not mean the same thing! Every person has mental health, but not every person will have a mental illness. Mental health is the ability to adapt to change, be resilient in difficult circumstances and live a full and passionate life. Mental illness on the other hand is diagnosed by a professional (psychologist etc.) and require a well-managed plan, therapy and occasionally medication. Mental health is improved by journaling, yoga, exercise, healthy boundaries, good diet and active self-care!”
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“I might not be able to change the outcome, but I can still make a difference”
Christine Bergsma, Journaling Through as a Professional Caregiver

“Did you know that people with mental illness can have strong mental health? More often than not, mental illness and mental health are used interchangeably, however they do not mean the same thing! Every person has mental health, but not every person will have a mental illness. Mental health is the ability to adapt to change, be resilient in difficult circumstances and live a full and passionate life. Mental illness on the other hand is diagnosed by a professional (psychologist etc.) and require a well-managed plan, therapy and occasionally medication. Mental health is improved by journaling, yoga, exercise, healthy boundaries, good diet and active self-care!”
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