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I was excited to see an app that helped offer a free version of help for people who need someone to talk too. However after NUMEROUS attempts at talking to listeners all of them either don’t respond from the beginning or as soon as I bring up what I want to talk about, they stop responding at all and I’m at square one again. I tried both picking my own listener and letting the apps robot pick one for me. This kind of treatment really made it feel like the listeners don’t even care about what I need to talk about. Which for anyone who is probably a more sensitive person than me with their issues might take a bad way of “great even people who are suppose to listen to me don’t even want too, I’m worthless to even people who don’t know me” Again great idea but there needs to be a way to actually get responsive listeners this app could really be something. Other than the issues with the listeners I do appreciate the guided steps to fill your cup that have a lot of small and simple activities to help you along your way. Loved those!
I downloaded this app because I have a lot wrong as far as mental illness, but being someone who struggled with self harm for years and having it took me years to stop when I entered a group chat to talk and maybe feel better just to see “just cut a little” “don’t let anyone see” as if self harming is healthy definitely made me feel much worse. I understand why people do it, I did it, but it’s still not healthy and if you’re trying to help people get better you either need to monitor the group discussions for things like this or do away with them and only have listeners, but as is it takes forever to get a listener, if you get a listener, and most disappear on you in the first few messages. This app has a lot of work to be done if you really intend on helping, because if i had stayed in that group and said how I’ve felt recently, I wouldn’t only feel worse but likely have intentions to do something harmful to my self because I would have been told “do it, its okay, it’ll make you feel better” by the others in the group. The only really useful aspects is that you can pay to have a therapist (which not everyone can afford making the app near useless to them if they really need help), the small but beneficial activities to fill your cup, and the bots which only listen but are very useful when all you need is to vent because it literally does practically nothing besides listen.
At first I was genuinely in love with this app after I had heard it was free therapy in which real therapists or volunteers would willingly and professionals help people with serious problems. But no, when I used this app, I was given 7 random users to choose from (who were teenagers) who simply chose the “listen” feature of the app. The app says that it respects your privacy, but the random users hardly agree to such. When I finally was assigned a user after waiting a week, I explained all of my problems to him in 1 short paragraph about my issues with focusing and maintaining motivation and a good mindset. He told me “clear your head and just study,” which is completely useless because I obviously can’t. And when I told him that didn’t help, “it’s just not that simple,” he replied with a sad-faced emoji. His 3 word responses showed little interest and professionalism. The app also made me take a quiz about ADHD and the help hotlines kept popping up on my phone, that was it. No professional was linked to these quizzes to help prevent any suffering, but linked to a randomly chosen teenager. As my final statement, no one should ever rely on this app for help because the user may respond with 🙁 and leave you on read. If anyone were in a state of such emergency in need to call the suicide hotline, this app would worsen the conditions in which the struggling user would already be sick of; being ignored and feeling helpless.
I am genuinely seeking to enter the mental health field (I wont use the term ‘industry’ for my own sanity)…Tonight was my last attempt to act on my ‘naivety’ about people…Anyway, I signed up as a ‘listener’ months ago…I followed all the bot’s suggestions, guidance, training, rebuttals, etc… So I had a university girl from Germany claiming to be having a severe panic attack…After trying breathing exercises, calming phrases/techniques, I suggested that she call either a hospital or emergency service (it was 4 am there, supposedly)… She claimed to have ‘fainted’…I shouldve disconnected right there, but the ‘naive goodness’ in me had to finish it the correct way…She was practically begging me to help her…Why would someone pretend to be on the verge (10 out 10 on a scale as per her words) for an hour? Regardless of her or anyone’s motives, I sought help through the ‘support forum’…Juggling between the two chatrooms…Someone designated as a ‘supporter’ reached out to me… I explained the situation…Almost like dark irony, the ‘peer supporter’ blew me of in a very strange fashion… After that, I sent her cyber vibes and the link for more ‘online therapy services’ (LOL)…Plenty of popups to donate to what I want to believe is a very noble cause…When I actually tested the fire, I am here in revolt…I wish I had a different tale to tell…
I found this app when I was at a low point in life, but I didn’t actually want to speak out loud. I am pretty introverted, but this particular space of life I was in, I didn’t really know how to articulate how I was feeling. Typing it out really helped. I was fortunate to find Listeners that really cared, and was able to vent in a safe space. Soon after, I came back as a Listener. I have been able to speak to over 100 people, and have had people return back to update me on their lives, and vice versa. I love being able to check back up on people who had reached out to me, and watch them progress. There’s no way to make sure every single interaction is perfect, but don’t give up hope. There really are a lot of quality Listeners who are more than happy to spend time with you, making sure you can keep your hope alive. ♡ Thank you 7 Cups, for giving me a space to be heard, and for giving me a space to give back.
Developed by 7 Cups of Tea.
7 Cups: Online Therapy & Chat is ranking in Health & Fitness & Medical
Last update was at Sep 24, 2021and the current version is 5.57.0.
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7 Cups: Online Therapy & Chat have a 10 668a user reviews.