Apps to Improve your Self-Worth

Apps to Improve your Self-Worth

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Self-esteem
is essential for our mental and physical health. Positive thought patterns free
up our energy to focus on getting what we want out of life. A confident,
positive mindset helps us to improve resilience, plus, happy people live
longer! Conversely, we can get stuck in a rut that’s hard to break out of with a
series of repetitive negative thought
patterns.

There
are all sorts of things you can do to improve your self-esteem, from embarking
on a course of psychotherapy, to joining a support group, to starting a
journal. Challenging and turning around those negative voices and building a
more positive self-perception does take some work, but you don’t have to do it
by yourself. You can get the help of a smartphone app and start straight away.
There’s a number to choose from based on sound psychological techniques such as
Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), mediation and guided programs.

 


Cognitive Behavior Therapy

A
well-established psychological technique aimed at resetting your mindset and
behavior.

 

Cognitive
Diary
helps you challenge your negative beliefs in a methodical way using a
diary system to record your thought patterns, beliefs,
and behaviors.

 

Happier focuses
your mind on the positive aspects of your life.

 

Mindfit helps you stop the negative
thought patterns and work towards positive goals.

 


Meditation
Proven to calm and de-stress the mind and essentially reprogram it to think more
positively.

 

Simply
Being
has guided meditations or
nature sounds to help you relax and de-stress.   

 

Buddhify has some short situation-based meditations that can be used anywhere,
even on your daily commute.

 

Insight Timer has
thousands of free mediations and visualizations
including ones focused on self-esteem, self-confidence, positive thinking and
mindset.

 


Guided programs

A more structured approach to change thought habits
and patterns.

 

HelloMind uses
a course-based approach of 10 thirty-minute sessions for completion over thirty
days.

 

ThinkUp takes a slightly different approach,
allowing you to build a program specifically for you. You choose from a range
of affirmations which you record in your voice and then set to your choice of music. 

 

 

Apps
can support you while you work with a counselor, or while you’re completing a
course. They can be another of the incremental steps you take to improve your
self-worth. Many of the apps given here have online communities or groups you
can join for added support and encouragement. It’s up to you to find one that
is the right fit for you!

 

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Rod Stone
Author,
Publisher and Supplier of Healthy Living information and products to improve
your life.

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