New app for suicide prevention and grief for suicide loss

Most Days is an app for iPhone that helps you build routines to support your mental health. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention has partnered with the app, to offer support for those who have lived with thoughts of suicide and those who live with a loss by suicide. (Video below if you want to just scroll to that.)

Step 1: Creating or subscribing to a routine which is a set of healthy habits that you are working to incorporate into your life most days. A library of routines is already written by top psychologists and neuroscientists from which you can choose. This includes everything from anxiety and depression to wellness and grief. And you can also create your own.

Step 2: Getting an accountability partner. For an accountability partner, you can invite someone you know or be matched with one on the app. Because having an accountability partner helps us maintain our routines and meet our goals. Connection is protection.

Step 3: Checking in and marking whether you’ve done the habits and routines you have chosen each day. You can then share your routines with others focused on the same kind of change.

Step 4: Tracking your progress over time. Progress can be reviewed in charts and graphs if you wish.

Real, sustainable change happens slowly but change is possible! Images and video are below. The other app I would recommend is Not OK app for iPhone and Android.

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AnneMoss Rogers

AnneMoss Rogers is a mental health and suicide education expert, mental health speaker, suicide prevention trainer and consultant. She is author of the Book, Diary of a Broken Mind and co-author of Emotionally Naked: A Teacher's Guide to Preventing Suicide and Recognizing Students at Risk with Kim O'Brien PhD, LICSW. She raised two boys, Richard and Charles, and lost her younger son, Charles to addiction and suicide on June 5, 2015. She is a motivational speaker who empowers by educating and provides life saving strategies and emotionally healthy coping skills. As talented and funny as Charles was, letting other people know they matter was his greatest gift. And now that's the legacy she carries forward in her son's memory. Mental Health Speakers Website.

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