Appreciate the non judgemental forum it’s inspiring to check in with people daily, lift others successes, nurture tough difficult trials people face. Meditations and daily tasks keep you focused and accountable.
This app is extremely helpful. It uses structured, easy-to-use, evidence-based approaches to reduce harmful consumption. I find myself with more self-compassion, being more mindful, and making positive changes for myself. My mood and my health have already improved in less than a week. This is a very well designed app and worth the money. You would spend a great deal of time and effort gathering these resources yourself, but they are helpfully collected here so you can actually use them and immediately benefit from them. Please keep up the awesome effort at improving the world’s relationship with alcohol!
This app seems to know what I’ll need before I do. My cut-back-on-alcohol journey has been smother than I expected, thanks to the tools, support, and thoughtful/well designed features included in the Reframe app.
This app helps keep me accountable. I don’t want to drink so checking in to this app helps.
I have found the information helpful in explaining how the brain thinks and is effected by alcohol as well as all the little tips to change that thought process
When ya start out and the 2nd question is “what are your pronouns”… lol ha ha Kind of hard to take serious, when that’s the intro. Bummer.
$15 a month!? Y’all crazy.
I don’t understand why there is not iPad support. I use both my iPhone and iPad everyday. Something like this should be available on both devices.
Lots of great information, science, and support
I really struggled with admitting my relationship with alcohol was coming in between myself and my happiness. I felt ashamed, like how did this happen to me? But my coach and the daily exercises have helped me understand the “why” and I am now learning the “how”. I just started this journey and I don’t know where my relationship with alcohol will end up but I know I’ve been able to cut down dramatically and when I do drink I realize more and more, I’m better off without it.