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You see I live in a very complicated city surrounded with much complicated culture that still see mental health as a taboo subject to be highlighted out load, luckily I’ve my friend who lives in a away cities whom advised me against going to see a psychiatrist within the city i live in giving how much of sharing could get me in trouble within the authority in here, I’ve done my research read a few books and i found this app, i said to myself lets just give it a try what would i lose after all this suffering talking to a machine is still a great option at least I won’t get in trouble, I know for sure in many cases of depression and anxiety a CPT techniques might not be enough so if you have the The privilege to see a psychiatrist please go for it while using this app it might help you to recover even more faster, I had to read so much to understand my suffering am glad that many won’t have to given such great ideas still exist within our world brings hope to the depressed community around the world, to the amazing psychologists and developers to the coders whom might never understood what the hell they were coding at the first place, you ladies and gentlemen have saved lives and for mine am and always will be grateful. May the force be with you all. Thank you.
I have Asperger’s Syndrome and I’m very prone to anxiety, and this app allows me to write down how I’m feeling and work out any thinking errors. I think this could be a great app for autistic people who might otherwise have trouble identifying how they feel. It lets you adjust the face on the screen to be sad or happy and pick and choose from various emotion words, and more often than not I’ll find the right word for how I’m feeling. I obviously can’t speak for all autistic people, but in my experience this app is very helpful. Sometimes just writing how I feel helps me to feel better, even if it doesn’t change my situation. I especially like that it allows you to select more than one emotion (which many apps don’t), as well as the intensity of the emotion(s) you’re feeling. And then it lets you write down why you feel that way, and it takes you through some questions and prompts you to thinking about any thinking errors. And then it asks if your emotions have changed and lets you change the intensity of you feel different. Another cool thing is that it doesn’t make you complete every step. If you just don’t feel like it right now, you can just complete some of the steps. All in all, I really like this app. :)
This app is amazing for all ages. I’ve had a hard time with therapist and psychologist for years and years of trying to find one that could help me. I finally found an amazing therapist who helps me tremendously. Only, she works far from where I live so it’s hard to see her as often as I’d like. I was skeptical about downloading this app, since it’s hard for me to find something/ someone that helps change my mindset. I saw the good reviews and downloaded it. After just one journal entry, I fell in love. The questions, and strategy the app uses to help flip any negativity is professional and truly works. It reminds me of how my therapist is able to help me so well. This app truly helps you for the better whether you have a mental illness (like me) or just want to be overall more positive and understandings to yourself and feelings, just be consistent with it! I’ve noticed a change in my mood and noticed I’ve been more positive and motivated at the end of the day. Even on those really bad days, it helps. It helps just to type out how you feel, and this app helps you recognize that and why. Much worth the purchase. I’m so happy someone made this app. To the developers: I hope you know you’re helping a lot of people with this app, it’s truly great, thank you.
I am so tired of downloading health and productivity apps that claim to be “based on science” when they are throwing that phrase around loosely. Young me probably wouldn’t have called psychology a science, but after ten years of struggling with chronic mental illness, I’ve come around. I have PTSD, and I’ve never been a big fan of therapy. I went for several years, mostly just to satisfy my friends and family, and I liked my therapist. But, I’m very introverted when it comes to my mental health, and trust is one of my major issues. So, finding a useful tool like this where I can keep my thoughts private is a godsend. I just started using this today, and I recognize much of the information from CBT, so I know it’s actually created by someone who is educated and truly cares, rather than just trying to make a buck. Plus, a lot of apps that claim to be for “mental health” are really just lifestyle or meditation apps, not fit for people with serious mental illness. I highly recommend that people go to therapy to get diagnosed if they are struggling (and not use an app), but for mental health maintenance, for those dealing with chronic problems, this is on a short list of useful tools.
It’s a good motivation to journal and for that reason I keep using it. I wish there were an option to add feelings to the list - there are many there, but obviously there are many more that I simply note in my text summary. I do wish that the app wouldn’t automatically send me a thought correction procedure whenever I identify even a single “negative” feeling, even if the overall mood and tone for the day are highly positive as expressed in my “smile” and positive feeling selection. It seems like it negates all the positive feelings. I also wish it didn’t list “tired” as a “negative” feeling - I’m much more likely to be tired when I’ve had a very good day, and tired is a pleasant feeling after a long run, productive meeting, etc! Finally, please delete the optimism exercise about “what will your life look like in a few years.” My life expectancy isn’t that long, and although I don’t mind being reminded of it, it makes the exercise difficult (I generally write “I will have had a quick and comfortable death at a time and place of my choosing, and my end of life wishes will have been honored” ... but it has to be the same response every time since my life expectancy isn’t going to increase!) - and others might find that a serious downer. Not everyone who uses this app is 25 and healthy!
Developed by the ThrivePort, LLC.
Moodnotes has 6 371 user reviews.
Moodnotes has an average rating of 4.8.
The latest version of Moodnotes (2.3.7) was released on Oct 16, 2019.
You can download Moodnotes here:.
Capture your mood and improve your thinking habits through an innovative approach to journaling! Moodnotes empowers you to track your mood over time, avoid common
thinking traps, and develop perspectives associated with increased happiness and well-being.
Design experts and clinical psychologists (creators of MoodKit) have collaberated to bring you Moodnotes! This one-of-a-kind app is grounded in the scientifically-supported content of cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) and positive psychology. Includes Apple Watch app and iCloud sync/backup.
Moodnotes helps you to:
● Track your mood and identify what influences it
● Develop healthier thinking habits
● Learn about “traps” in your thinking and how to avoid them
● Bring new, helpful perspectives to situations
● Increase your self-awareness
● Reduce your distress and enhance your sense of well-being
Exclusively featured by Apple in the App Store Today tab story "All The Feels" and in several other stories.
One of Tech Insider's "100 World's Greatest Apps" and exclusively featured in Wired, The Guardian, Business Insider, Fast Company, TechCrunch, Lifehacker, Mindful, Mashable, Vogue, and more. Fast Company's 2016 Innovation By Design Awards finalist.
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