This post contains some of the best relationship journal prompts to improve your relationships.
What Is Journaling?
Journaling is one way to process our feelings and thoughts.
By writing our thoughts down, we gain a clearer perspective and find relief.
But you can also use journaling to improve your relationships.
Relationship Journal Prompts
1. What does love mean to you?
2. What is rewarding about love?
3. Do you believe in love at first sight?
4. Do you believe in having a soulmate?
5. What does being in a relationship mean to you?
6. What does a healthy relationship looks like to you?
7. What are your strengths in relationships (kindness, active listening, compassion, empathy, etc.)?
8. Are you a forgiving person?
Related: Forgiving Someone Who Isn’t Sorry: 9-Step Guide To Free Yourself From The Past
9. What do you value most in relationships (trust, vulnerability, emotional availability, respect, sense of humor, etc.)?
10. How has your childhood impacted your future relationships?
11. What are your expectations about relationships?
12. What scares you about relationships?
13. What is challenging for you about developing close relationships?
14. What are you grateful for about your relationship?
15. What makes you feel loved?
16. What qualities do you value most in potential partners?
17. What important lessons have you learned from previous relationships?
18. Who do you feel safe with most? Why?
19. How do you show compassion to others? Do you extend the same compassion to yourself?
Related: Self-Abandonment: What Is It & How To Get Back In Touch With Yourself
20. What boundaries could you set in your relationships to protect your own well-being?
21. How can you better support your loved ones?
22. Is it easy or hard for you to ask for help and support when you need it?
23. Is your current relationship working? What do you wish was different?
24. What is something you can do today to make your relationship better?
25. List 5 ways to say “I love you” without using words.
FREE Printable Relationship Worksheets (PDF)
- The Mental Health Benefits of Journaling | Psych Central
- 83 Benefits of Journaling for Depression, Anxiety, and Stress (positivepsychology.com)
- Journaling isn’t just good for mental health. It might also help your physical health. (nbcnews.com)
- Benefits of Journaling: The Science and Philosophy Behind Keeping a Di – Intelligent Change