Hey guys. It’s Hannah. One major coping skill in my life that really helped me after leaving the mental hospital and receiving a diagnosis of bipolar two disorder was journaling and writing in my journal. I do it on a daily basis, on a weekly basis, sometimes on a monthly basis. I think it’s important for all people with a mental health condition. I have journals from major stages of my life. I mean I’m 27 years old right now, so I haven’t had this major life experience. But from the mental hospital, which is a major one, and probably like 15 to 20 others that are filled up with inspirational quotes, stories, guys I’ve been in love with, broken hearts, how I handled it, and my journey with bipolar disorder. I always look back on them. It’s really, really had a major positive impact in my life. That’s why I suggest it to anybody as an outlet. And your story should be shared. And it’s a private way to really vent your genuine feelings; what you’re really going through. Because, even for me, it’s difficult to be vulnerable with people and really tell the closest person I am with about my mental health and this struggle and about situations – how I feel about them. A journal is like your little secret treasure box, where you can keep those and express those and get those feelings out there. Please share your thoughts. Do you have a journal? What do you put in it? Don’t say everything. You don’t have to tell me everything. But leave your comments below. and I will see you next week. Bye.