Realizing my opionion is not a popular one but I really don't like to 'journal'. I have never liked to journal. My high school English Teacher tried to get me interested in doing it; I have never had the time to write down what I have eaten or what I am feeling. Anyone else dislike this "recomended activity"? Recommended activities are not something that can then be used as guilt weapons against us; or are they? That is another reason I don't like journaling, if you forget to do it for a few days then you are deemed 'non-compliant' or told that you are not actively particpating in your own health care. Look, I just want to take a pill that makes me feel better and the rest of you all can leave me alone. Anyone else?View Thread
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