If you’ve ever lost a loved one or had a child with disabilities then you know just how fragile life really is.
We have so little time. Don’t waste it feeling bad.
What others are saying in the social media and our surveys:
“Cool. Like having a mini reminder therapist in your pocket – there just when you need it.”
“I feel better because…the app was easy and gave me a pause, also I enjoyed the feeling of progress.”
“Interesting, emerging tool to help us manage our emotions and stay mindful in the workplace. Thank you.”
“I just downloaded the app – looks interesting. I ran through one of the feelings rather quickly – easy to use; works well.”
“I like…the practical application to my life experience.”
For thousands of years people have searched for answers to these questions. For thousands of years people have developed techniques to better manage their emotions and face fear, control anger, become inspired, and find hope. If we truly want to love others as ourself we have to love ourself. If we want to do that we have to better understand our own thoughts and feelings. Then we can better understand others and develop compassion for them. We may find that we are more alike that we originally thought. If we truly want to make the world a better place and reduce suffering we have to begin by reducing own own personal suffering. We have to remove the large block of wood from our own eye first in order to see the tiny speck in someone else’s eye. If we can’t see what blocks our own vision we have no hope of helping others to see more clearly. All the techniques in this app begin with a focus on yourself first.
Dr. Brian Barnes has spent the past two decades exploring the use of technology to help others. He has also been on a personal journey of self-transformation to become a better person. As Dr. Rogers once said, “It’s human destiny to overcome human nature.” This journey has carried him through years of experience exploring martial arts self-defense, mindfulness, philosophy, cognitive behavioral theory, neuroscience, neuroplasticity, and health and well-being practices. In this app you will find the best of these approaches aimed at helping you improve the management of your own emotions and gain insights into your own mind. Brian holds a 3rd Degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do and is cross-trained in Jiu-Jitsu and Chi-Gong.
The Feel Better App is a game for ages 18+. Start at the Beginner level and progress to ever-increasing levels of self-awareness and personal transformation. This app is not intended to be a substitute for the services of any health care professional. For real-life situations seek the advice and services of a licensed health care professional. Dr. Brian Barnes is not responsible for any consequences incurred by your use of the app. Any application of the techniques described herein is at your discretion and is your sole responsibility. No representation contained in these materials is intended as medical advice and should not be used for diagnosis or medical treatment. This is app is not intended to serve as any form of therapy or medical advice. This app is based on the personal observations and experience of Dr. Brian Barnes. You, the user, must take 100% responsibility for your own health, both physical and emotional. This app should not be used or misconstrued to diagnose the presence or absence of any particular mental, physical, or emotional ailment. Your use of this app is your agreement to hold Dr. Brian Barnes harmless for anything that may arise. Notwithstanding, in no event shall any resulting remuneration exceed the cost of this app at the time of purchase. If you do not agree then do not use this app and remove it from all of your devices.