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Journaling Prompts: Valentine’s Day Special

Ask yourself these questions & see how your heart responds.

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What can we say, we are in love with journaling. Taking precious moments to reflect, let out our feelings and find new perspectives is all part of the process that helps us to have a healthy relationship with those we love and with ourselves.

Whether you’re dating someone new, have a long-term partner or are enjoying the relationship you have with yourself – we’ve come up with a few V day-inspired journaling prompts to help you realise your heart’s desire.

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In three words, describe how being with them makes you feel?

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Do you like them, or do you like them for liking you?

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Are you ready to take a casual relationship to the next step?

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What lesson did you learn about yourself from the last person you dated?

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How has the person you’re dating surprised you?

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Do you have the closure you need from your last relationship?

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Do you have the emotional availability to give your all to someone new at the minute?

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Which traits in yourself do you want to let go of in your next relationship?

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In one word, how does being with them make you feel?

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Do you love them, or do you love them for loving you?

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How does your person bring out the best in you?

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Are you growing together or apart? Expand.

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Close your eyes for this one: Do you see a forever together?

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When was the last time you felt proud of a compromise/resolution that you came to with your partner? Is there anything the two of you could resolve right now?

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Write down one thing you need from your partner which you’re not currently getting.

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Note down three things you love about your partner.

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Most of the time, how do you feel in your own company?

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Are you focusing your time and energy on you and your dreams?

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Who’s the first person you want to tell when something good or bad happens?

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How has being single changed your opinion of yourself?

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Are you still thinking about anyone from your past? If so, consider what you’d say to them.

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Are you ever left feeling hurt by people you don’t even know and those who don’t even know you? Expand.

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“We’re in love but not together. We were together but not in love.” – Do either of these apply?

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Do you want to work on yourself, or do you feel ready for love?


If these prompts have inspired you to put your feelings on paper more often, find a space to do so with our journals and notebooks.