Enter the recurring situations and thought patterns that happen in your life. In each support list, load responses that help you for that moment. They might be thoughts, questions, strategies, quotes, or things someone close to you has said that feel good.
When you need a pep talk, excuse yourself to the bathroom for a quiet moment. Go to a relevant support list, and tap through the responses you've saved for yourself until the emotion feels manageable.
Set your support lists to remind you daily - either by email, or push notification - of your own wisdom. Remember and rehearse your strategies before the situation occurs so you feel more prepared.
Critter learns what feedback you respond well to, and what you don't. Use Critter to try strategies from the Support Community, keep what works and toss what doesn't.
Our favorite part of Critter is that it's completely unopinionated. Out of the box, you start with a blank slate of supportive tools. From there, you can fill out the support content yourself, with help from your therapist or coach, or import content from the Critter Support Community. Try on strategies and see what best works for you over time as your insight and goals change.
Critter was designed as a blank-slate toolbox that can be used to try out any self-help strategies (for instance, CBT, DBT, AA, NA) you choose - to mix and match and augment them to what fits your life and specific situations the best. We include tracking and logging tools that work as a perfect accompaniment to many popular therapies.
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Train yourself into healthier knee-jerk reactions to emotions. Celebrate successes, accept slip-ups, and get encouragement seeing your progress over time.
Getting your thoughts out can help generate solutions or work through emotions. Critter provides the tools to store writing prompts and write in formats that match popular self-help strategies.
Visualizing progress is everything. What were you worried about last month? What's changed this month? What knee-jerk reactions have you successfully stopped? Look back on all you've done and see how far you've come.
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