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Testimonials about Mindfit
My positive comments about Mindfit are simply because I have great faith in the app. I’ve looked at and considered many apps over ...
My positive comments about Mindfit are simply because I have great faith in the app. I’ve looked at and considered many apps over a period, and think their app stands out from many other apps in a positive way. I have confidence that the app can be very useful for many people, because it gives users a perspective on their coping skills while helping them to feel understood and recognized in relation to problems that users record in the app. It this way, it actually does serve as a “mini-psychologist,” as the developers like to say.
The Mindfit app is a tool that has been very helpful to me in my everyday life. It helps keep me focused on the ...
The Mindfit app is a tool that has been very helpful to me in my everyday life. It helps keep me focused on the positive when I have faced demanding challenges. I always have it with me and can take it out for support when the need arises. It’s a place where you can keep track of your good experiences and remind yourself that you are on the right track. If you don’t remember to record things right away, you get always a little reminder when your phone is switched on and the app shows up.
In addition to having the app on my phone, I have also “liked” Mindfit on Facebook, where I have really enjoyed what has been posted. There are lots of good, useful links to articles that are helpful to anyone and everyone who wants to improve their quality of life.
This app is really the answer to many problems that I’ve had my whole life. I often put myself in the “doghouse” and ...
This app is really the answer to many problems that I’ve had my whole life. I often put myself in the “doghouse” and regret so many strange things I say and do to others. I often think, I am so odd … But now I have reversed this trend by focusing on good things.
I have tried psychologists, group therapy, courses, pastoral counseling, friends, self-knowledge, self-blame and shame… I have thoroughly examined myself so many times—but without getting anywhere. Mindfit doesn’t tell me how great I am, how valuable I am … or tell me who I am supposed to be. It just helps me to help myself to see that I am good enough – as a friend, an employee and human being.