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Write in My Private Journal

Your Private Journal is a place for you, and you alone, to write down your ideas, thoughts, dreams, fears, or anything else you want to write about. Sometimes it's good to get something off your chest or write down some thoughts, as if it were your diary.

You can save your journal entries and then return to them at a later date from any computer.

See a Sample Private Journal.

How Do I Write in My Private Journal?

Simple! Once you're registered and logged in, just go to the Private Journal and type what you're thinking about!

Can Anyone See My Private Journal?

No one else can read your Private Journal but you, provided you keep your password secret and you log out once you're done on the site. We don't give access to anyone, so you can journal wildly on any topic you choose!

Remember, keep your Youthhood password private and log out when you're done! See How to Ensure Your Privacy for more tips on how to make sure your Private Journal stays private!

How Do I Get Started?

Are you registered yet? If so, just log in from any page using the fields at the top right part of the screen and then select the "Private Journal" button under "My Youthhood".

If you're not yet registered, click here to Register Now.

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