Support App built exclusively for mental and chronic disease patients. Recommended by Mental health America, crisis hotlines, and over 100 doctor offices in the country. Therapy Finder: Find therapists in your neighborhood or virtual with ease. Sort listings based on Rates, Specializations, Distance, Languages, and more. Get 50% off the first session for any therapist. PLUS Get support from peers who understand your health conditions. Get motivated with Gratitude posts. Share & search for peer-recommended doctors and hospitals. Express yourself with creative highlights about your health. Tons of other features keep you engrossed in an empathetic environment. Addiction support groups: (smoking, addiction, alcohol, opioids) Mental health support groups: (PTSD, Borderline Personality Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, Schizophrenia, Bipolar disorder, addiction, eating disorder) Diabetes support groups: (T1D, T2D, Pre-diabetes) Cancer support groups: (Breast cancer, Prostate cancer, Skin cancer, Colon cancer, Lung cancer, Brain cancer, Leukemia, Lymphoma, Ovarian, other cancer) Cardiac (Heart disease, Heart failure) Chronic Pain support groups: (Fibromyalgia, Lupus (SLE), Arthritis, Crohn's/colitis, Neuropathy) Neurologic (Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Parkinson’s, ALS, MS, Migraine, Seizures, Stroke) Relationship chat groups: (Marital, Family) Pediatric support groups: (Parenting, Autism, ADHD, Cerebral Palsy, Cystic Fibrosis) HIV & Hepatitis C support groups: (HIV, Hep C) Respiratory: Asthma, COPD, Emphysema Blog: https://wearemore.life/blog Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wearemoreapp Have an idea for improvement in the app? Let us know! Email us at email@example.com
If it helps to write about your problems, get “hugs” (instead of likes) and a few comments, then this is for you. I think ymmv on your experience, but for me, it’s been pretty good. I make my posts short and to the point and I usually get “hugs” right away and they trickle in for about 6 hours. I get comments about half the time from a couple people, more if I ask a specific question. The experience of helping other people is helpful, too. It helps me feel more capable in general, able to help myself, and altruism is just good for you when you feel helpless or depressed. One drawback is that it’s hard to make friends, or at least I haven't got a handle on that functionality. I don’t see how to follow people who comment on your post. There’s no PMing or friends list, as far as I can see. Keeping the convo public is good when you want accountability and anonymity, but I do wish I could talk to the same people and make friends. Also, there’s only about 8 tags for posts and they’re set by the app. This extremely limits the function of the app. There’s no other way to search for posts or create a feed. Kind of kills the usage or any way to create community and makes you feel like you’re just standing in a warehouse shouting at people milling around.
This is a great app, such friendly people and it really does help. I’m writing this review because I have a suggestion. I think making a friends list and an option to chat one on one with someone would be wonderful. And extremely helpful. I would up this app to 5 stars if you all could make this happen. I know I’m not the only one asking for this. I’ve seen several similar comments. When you feel comfortable enough with a person. You might want to share details of your life you may not want everyone on the app to see. Thank you so much if you would do this for us.
People on here are so supportive but I don’t really enjoy that some people use this app just to get attention. They say they’re gonna cut themselves if people don’t talk to them. Also some people just use it to talk about unnecessary things like some girl was talking about how she watched a show with her “dom” and she’s not allowed to watch more than one episode a day and she posted a picture of her thighs. What does that have to do with cancer, mental health, diabetes, heart disease, chronic pain, substance abuse, or relationship issues?
The app works much better now, except when you have a chat with a lot of messages in it. The messages take a very long time to load and actually crashes the app. However, I’m going to upgrade my rating because the feed is much better. Thank you for this app and all your hard work. It is a great resource for people who need support with many different illnesses and everyone is supportive and friendly.
It has saved my life saying whatever I need to and we are a mixed bunch of illnesses. I get the best advices and I can give back. So easy to use, none of the ridicules rules the other apps have that makes me sicker. I can also chat one on one privately. You send them an email you get a quick response. Not like other apps saying we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. Please get this app and we send you love and welcome you for real.
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Last update was at Mar 26, 2021and the current version is 4.2.
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