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HowWeFeel

Self-report how you feel to help stop the spread of COVID-19

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    2023-01-09

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  • I had an appointment with an RD and came away very disheartened
    You are on the right path and the recommendations from others to use a smaller plate are excellent! When I was in college, one summer I used chopsticks at lunch so so I’d eat slower. Ultimately if your goal is weight loss you will need to have a calorie deficit. What foods you eat to create the deficit is up to you. I’d encourage you to track what/when you eat, your hunger level (starving, little bit hungry or not... Source: 7 months ago
  • Mood Tracking Apps?
    Ooh yes. I use “How We Feel.” It’s free and has been developed by psychoanalysts and gives reports at the end of the week to highlight any trends. Also will shares informative short little videos after you log a mood for further support! Take a look: https://howwefeel.org. Source: about 1 year ago
  • How do I learn to stand up for myself?
    Get in touch with all of your emotions, including anger. A mood tracker app or feelings wheels helps me do this. You've dealt with a lot of unfairness (bullying) and frustration (fawning and uncontrollable people pleasing). Tap into your anger about that and demand respect. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Anyone else extremely verbal but lack ability to communicate true feelings?
    The struggle to communicate your feelings sounds like alexithymia. A Feelings Wheel or using an app like How We Feel can help you practice tuning into your emotions. Developing an understanding of your emotions may help you communicate them better and feel more comfortable opening up about your emotions to others. Source: over 1 year ago
  • improve your emotional awareness
    Hi guys... As someone with bipolar disorder, sometimes I find it hard to describe the emotions I'm having with real words. My therapist suggested this app, and honestly I really love it. You do daily emotional check ins. there's so many words to choose from. It also suggests some quick mediations if you're interested. You can track your emotions with like 10 different charts, as well send your check ins to your... Source: over 1 year ago
  • New research suggests a major reason some people keep blaming others for their own mistakes is that they are bad at regulating their emotions.
    The app How we feel has been developed to help people become aware of when and what they’re feeling as well as providing tools for regulating said emotions. Source: over 1 year ago
  • How do I ‘allow’ anxiety to exist rather than try fight it?
    Not sure what kind of phone you have, but I just downloaded this app called How We Feel and it’s free and super enlightening. Paired with my work with my therapist, this is helping me get a handle on my emotions and I love a bit of personal-data (they don’t share your data) and charts, so it’s also fun in addition to being helpful. here’s a thing from Yale Medicine about the app to add some credibility to this... Source: over 1 year ago
  • How do you guys track your stress levels?
    Https://howwefeel.org it's a non-profit project and free to use. I check-in once or twice a day and at the end of the week I can see a summary which helps me to identify patterns. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Harsh truths and some things I’ve learned in 8 years of recovery from C-PTSD.
    I’ve started to use the app How we feel. It’s really helpful to me because one of my struggles has been to even know what feelings I’m experiencing. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Completely free mental health apps?
    How We Feel is one that is completely free. I believe it was developed by a non-profit hence why it's free. -- https://howwefeel.org/. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Crowdsourcing COVID data...could it be done well? [Research]
    See https://howwefeel.org/. This is already largely done in some ways. It’s not perfect but maybe requesting their data could help you start to answer and engage on your points? Source: almost 3 years ago

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