First Week Journal Log Question Description Weeks 2 – 4: Daily EntriesEach day (except for …

First Week Journal LogQuestion Description Weeks 2 – 4: Daily EntriesEach day (except for one dayâ??s rest), you will journal and log your intervention experience. At the end of eachweek (weeks 2 â?? 4), you will submit your journal and logs for grading. Each week will continue to build uponthe previous. Your journal and log should adhere to the following:1. Report any discomfort or cravings that you experience. When do you have these uncomfortablefeelings? What cues seem to be associated with them? What are you thinking before, during andafter they occur. What helped you change the behavior at that time? If you did not refrain from usingthe substance or exhibit the behavior, what happened?2. Create a standardized manner you plan to track your progress daily (e.g., Subjective Units ofDistress Scale (SUDS) ratings [0 â?? 100 or 0 – 10, where 0 represents no distress and 100 or 10represents the most distress you ever experienced] to chart your thoughts and feelings at specifictimes during the day (e.g. morning, mid-afternoon, and evening).3. Chart your distress three times per day, standardizing when and how you do, and then create andoverall average for each day; or you can choose to input your three values each day on your graph.You will then input your daily, overall average rating into your graph. By the end of this assignment,you should have at least 18 points of data on your graph. Use the charting to identify triggers,patterns you may not have been aware of before, and facilitate new insight. Explore clinical tooloptions to help you 1) examine your thinking, feelings and responses each day; and 2) to identifyand evaluate assumptions and core beliefs.4. Using the information that you are learning in this course, discuss what you think may be theemotional and/or physiological basis for your discomfort or cravings.