Today is a troubling time. It’s a hard time to know what happiness is. Even though we have so much information at our fingertips, that information can be incredibly contradictory and confusing. Add to this, the ever changing definition of success and you find that people can easily lack motivation and slide into dark spaces where we doubt ourselves. It’s a really big problem in society and it’s the reason that Me exists.
Me was born out of a father’s desire to inspire and guide his children who were entering their final year of high school. He knew that they were stressed and nervous about the future. To help them and give them an everyday boost, he would share motivational quotes, videos, speeches or articles that he related to their situation and had shared a powerful message with him.
“What started out as a welcomed addition, soon became an essential part of their day”.
After a while, his children started sharing some of their motivational messages with friends and their father realised that more people could be motivated and helped. Couldn’t we all do more with a daily fix of positivity? And from that, the Me app was born.
Me knows that it doesn’t matter who you are, where you come from or how successful you are, sometimes everyone needs a little help. It’s the app that through stories, music, quotes, and goal setting helps you get closer to becoming the best version of yourself.
Me is the close friend that pats you on the back, reminds you of why you’re doing what you are doing, and celebrates as you work towards your goals. It’s the friend on your side, your boost through troubling times.
In today's fast-paced and ever-connected world, mobile technology has become an essential part of our daily lives. And now, mobile apps are revolutionizing the way we approach our mental and emotional well-being.
According to a recent study, over 80% of people who have access to a smartphone have downloaded at least one health or fitness app. With the convenience of having access to mental and emotional support right in the palm of our hands, it's no surprise that mobile apps are becoming a popular tool for improving mental well-being.
Mobile apps for mental health and well-being offer a wide range of benefits. From tracking moods and symptoms, to providing on-demand therapy sessions, to guided meditations, these apps make it easy for individuals to take control of their mental health.
One of the biggest advantages of mobile apps for mental health is their accessibility. With a smartphone, individuals can access mental health resources and support anytime, anywhere. This is especially beneficial for those who may live in remote areas or have limited access to mental health services.
Mobile apps also offer anonymity and convenience. With the use of the app, individuals can access the support they need without the fear of judgement or stigma. They can also receive support in a way that is comfortable for them, whether it's through a guided meditation or a chat with a therapist.
In addition, many apps also offer a sense of community, connecting users with others who are going through similar experiences. This can provide a sense of validation and understanding, which can be incredibly beneficial for mental well-being.
Overall, mobile app technology is transforming the way we approach mental health and well-being. With the convenience and accessibility they offer, mobile apps are making it easier than ever before for individuals to take control of their mental health and improve their overall well-being.
Me helps motivate people to achieve a positive mindset and improve their health & wellbeing. It’s inspirational, energetic, passionate and it’s cheering for you. It’s an app rooted in positive reinforcement and supportive leadership, and therefore it is always accessible, sincere, personable and motivational. This means that although it speaks in a sophisticated manner, it is still simple, consistently upbeat and inclusive for everyone.
It is an app for anyone who needs that helping hand, or pat on the back. It is for the dreamers who are determined to reach their full potential. The ones scared to make a change but know it’s in their best interest too. It is for people trying to better themselves.