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What People Say About the Virtual Hope Box App

Nothing’s more persuasive than a review from someone who’s actually used a product. Here at T2, we welcome comments from those who use our free psychological health apps, even to let us know that a feature doesn’t work right or that a new update made their data vanish (oops). We need that information so we can fix things. But we love hearing about when things work, and when our apps help people’s lives. This week we begin a series of blogs featuring what people like about T2’s apps.

The Need to Evaluate Mobile Health Tools

Private companies, government institutions, academics and even individuals have produced thousands of mobile tools aimed at improving people’s health. With a couple of clicks on their smartphone, people can access apps that help them do everything from lose weight to manage their diabetes to have more constructive conflicts with their romantic partner.

Take Back Your Night

I’ve had trouble getting to sleep. And I’ve had nightmares. But I’ve never been afraid to go to sleep because of chronic nightmares, like some service members and vets and others exposed to trauma. Those kinds of nightmares often replay the actual events that were experienced, rather than more hypothetical scenarios, so they seem even more real.

Military Kids Talk About What Makes Them Military Kid Strong

April is the Month of the Military Child, a time to recognize and show appreciation for the 1.8 million U.S. military-connected children. Here at the Military Kids Connect program, we have been celebrating all month long—asking military kids to share their stories of strength and resilience, and tell us how they are “Military Kid Strong”.

Here are some of the responses we’ve received:

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