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« on: September 29, 2016, 01:07:30 PM »

Hey all

Here's a small list of useful apps for smartphone andwebsites to use that are great when managing a mental health condition and daily life

If you are trying to quit something such as self-harm, binge eating or smoking, this is the perfect app for you. Simply input the date and time you wish to quit the (Behaviour) and let it run on your smartphone and then when you are feeling low and you want to self-harm etc remind yourself how far you went without it. It's a good positive reinforcement.

We all have those days when we lose our carkeys, forget to take the kids to their classes or simply forget about that project you are working on? Evernote is the best app to use to write down everything you need, from the shopping list to what you got to do at work and the best thing is it syncs with various devices automatically and you only need one account.

Ever wanted a place where you can write and rant about daily life in a place that's private and secret to you? Really want to moan or whinge about the argument with your spouse but obviously don't want to put it on facebook. Why not blog about it? blogging about simply releases thoughts and feelings from your mind in safe and secure place and you can create blog completely anoymous and secret as you like. It also a meaningful distraction as you can think about pictures, content and of course the spelling, punctuation and grammar and it can quite helpful and your diary can your motivator for example, you could put your plans to tackle each problem you encounter and plans for the next day and it's a healthier altenative to self-injury.

Ever wanted to chat about how you are feeling in a safe anonynous way? This app is primarily aimed at teenagers and students, however many adults you use app. Simply download the app from the appstore, create a username and password and post away.

Let it go

Ever wanted a place where you can anonynously rant about your day or you get that thought in your head that won't budge? Simply download Let it go and write about your thoughts and feelings and let it out.



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