I'm committing to making a brief entry every day. I'm not sure if that's part of the program, but it will help me be accountable. I really related to the success story for Day 2... all about RSI and I could relate to everything. The journal prompt was to write about 3 things that you feel sad about and 3 things you feel angry about. I noticed I had a much easier time writing about sadness than anger. I have a vivid memory of my father being mad at the dinner table while growing up, and when I said something about him being angry, he got red in the face, veins popping from his neck, saying loudly, "I am not angry!" That is just one example of many where I've been given the message that anger is not okay. I also think culturally being angry is not okay for a female--much more okay to be depressed and powerless. And I think my pain is an expression of the powerlessness I feel. I need/want to own my power.