Sign Up for the Emotional Balance Clinic and
Buy LifeJournal software and/or
Emotional Balance Add-On

To purchase the Emotional Balance clinic with LifeJournal Online, click on the proper links below:

I want to subscribe to LifeJournal Online and would also like the Emotional Balance Clinic. Note: The subscription cost of $27/year is added to the Emotional Balance Clinic for this link. Total here is $126.

I want to subscribe to LifeJournal Online and also want the Emotional Balance Add-On and the Emotional Balance Clinic. Note: The subscription cost of $27/year is added along with $19.95 for the Emotional Balance add to the Emotional Balance Clinic for this link. Total is $139.95.

To purchase with LifeJournal for Windows (LifeJournal 3): 

I have a key for LifeJournal for Windows (or LifeJournal3) and would like to buy the Emotional Balance Add-On and the Emotional Balance Clinic. Note: The subscription cost for the Emotional Balance Add-On is $19.95 added to the Emotional Balance Clinic. Total here is $118.95.

I want a key for LifeJournal for Windows (or LifeJournal3) and I also want the Emotional Balance Add-On and I also want the Emotional Balance ClinicNote: The cost of $44.95 for the LJ for Windows key is added  along with $19.95 for the Emotional Balance Add-On and added to the Emotional Balance Clinic. Total here is $163.90.

 Click here to go to the Emotional Balance Clinic page.

More info about the Emotional Balance Add-On:

  • The LifeJournal Emotional Balance Add-On

Add-Ons merge with LifeJournal Online and  LifeJournal 3, seamlessly becoming part of the LifeJournal program to turn your LifeJournal into a journal that helps you focus on Emotional Balance.  An Add-On consists of dozens of Prompts, hundreds of selected Quotes, 50 Tips, extra Topics in the Topics List, and suggested default Daily Pulse Scales and Journal Types

Sample Prompts:

For each sense, write down and describe the most soothing  image you can imagine, such as seeing a sunset, smelling fresh lavender, touching velvet.

How much do you tend to express what you feel? What percent of your anger gets out? Sadness? Joy? Fear? Why the differences in percentages?

What emotion is most likely to overwhelm you? Write a list of five things that trigger that emotion in you and use that list for a warning for the future.

Sample Quotes:

“Temper is a weapon that we hold by the blade.” –James Barrie
“There can be no transforming of darkness into light and of apathy into movement without emotion.”– Carl Jung
“You can’t deal with any strong emotions until you have let them spill out.”—Tristine Rainer

Sample Tips:

Remember that all change contributes to emotional stress, even if it’s positive change.
When remembering positive emotional experiences, think through each of your senses in the good memory, to embed it most fully in your brain.

 

 Click here to go to the Emotional Balance Clinic page.