Self-confidence

Gratitude increases happiness and reduces depression

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Research shows that being grateful is good for your health, promotes well-being and increases happiness!

Martin Seligman, known as the founder of positive psychology, has conducted extensive studies of depression, happiness and quality of life.

One project, where he studied the relationship between gratitude and depression, provided some surprising results. Subjects were asked over a certain period to take note of the positive things that happened to them during the day. They were asked to record this in a “gratitude” diary. [···]

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Are you good enough?

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by Hilde Amundsen, founder Mindfit app

You may have very different thoughts and feelings about yourself as a person, and about yourself in specific roles – as a parent, a partner or a friend, or in how you cope with your work life.

It can be more important for us to have a sense of mastery in some areas, or to have good feelings about what we do, while in other areas it may not be as important to us. It is different for different people. We are influenced by our own inner voice and our experience of how we cope, in addition to the feedback we get from the environment around us.  [···]

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About Mindfit app

Mindfit helps you get a better everyday life, and become more aware of the positive things happening in your life right now.

The program is divided into three areas: Describe yourselfe, Record something good and Self-help Techniques
Mindfit is designed so that it simulates some of the issues and techniques a psychologist would use in his or her first meeting with an individual seeking help.

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An important aspect of this program is recording positive experiences. Keeping records is an important way to improve your ability to cope, so you can better handle both the positive and negative things in your life. [···]

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A mini-psychologist in your pocket

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Mindfit helps you get a better everyday life, and become more aware of the positive things happening in your life right now. 

Using proven methods and techniques, you will be guided to a better life – whether it’s about coping with stress or training yourself to improve your self esteem and sense of achievement.

** A number of psychologists in Norway now recommend Mindfit to their patients!

Mindfit is designed so that it simulates some of the issues and techniques a psychologist would use in his or her first meeting with an individual seeking help.

Mindfit is suitable for all kinds of people in difficult situations or who are in a period of their lives where they feel stressed, need motivation or are depressed and lack energy.



It helps you become aware of your problem areas and gives you insight into what keeps you from changing. One important technique is helping you become more aware of negative thought patterns and feelings.

 

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The idea and background behind Mindfit

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The idea for Mindfit came to Hilde after she went through a tough time and needed motivation to change her thought patterns, shift her focus and set limits.

As she learned the methods and techniques that worked for her, she discovered that simple measures can result in big changes – just by becoming aware of how we react in challenging situations.

Her sister Janne is a psychologist, and persuaded Hilde to try EMDR therapy.

Everyone needs to sort out their lives!
- Janne Ekeberg Amundsen, psychologist

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