Thanks to Wendi Kai for coming out on a Saturday morning to work with us and show us how journaling is more than just putting pen to paper, but can be an expression of arts through quotes, poetry, encouraging words, painting, creating collages, drawing, and more. I have tried to keep a journal for years, but never followed through with it because of mind block–just didn’t know what to write. Expelling your feelings into a journal, no matter how you do it, allows you to release emotions that you tend to keep inside and not let surface. Emotions play a major role in our healing. Negative feelings dwelling inside can keep our healing at bay as we struggle with the doubts, frustration, anger, hurt, and other feelings that go along with chronic illness. Don’t hold yourself to journaling everyday, unless you would wish to, but journal when you feel inspired to do so. I challenge you to start journaling as part of your protocol for healing. I bought one today at Hobby Lobby for $7.00!
North Texas Lyme Group hosts a support group focused on sharing information and providing support to those affected by Lyme disease.
New Meeting Dates/Location(s) & Information on Future Plans Will Be Posted Soon! (Updated August 11, 2001)
PAST MEETINGS (Prior to Covid): Multiple Speaking Events Per Year
10:45 AM-12:30 PM
North Richland Hills Library
9015 Grand Avenue
North Richland Hills TX, 76180-7899