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Introspective Journal: Effortless Self-Discovery for Personal Growth

Interactive Journal

Choose your entry flow

Kickstart your journey however you like; you can choose from the following options:
  • Subject: start an entry with a question generated based on your own provided topic.
  • Blank: start a blank entry with no starting question.
  • Random: the old behavior, we select a random question for you

Introspective Follow-Up Questions:

Following your journal entry, seamlessly transition into deep thinking with targeted questions from your AI-companion. These questions are carefully crafted to delve into your thoughts, uncovering valuable insights. It also detects and captures both positive and negative emotions, as well as the underlying causes of your habits, whether good or bad.

Finalize:

When you feel like you’ve shared enough. Finalize your entry.
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Get insight into your true self

Personal analysis after finalizing an entry
Receive a personalized analysis that sheds light on the data we collect, aiming to identify the root causes and consequences of your behavior and habits later on.
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Patterns

A flowchart depicting a Trigger (cause) leading to a Pattern (effect). One Trigger can give rise to more than one Pattern.
Personalized analysis of a pattern
Patterns are like trends or repeating themes in your daily life. We look at your feelings, the reasons behind your habits (called triggers), and the outcomes of those habits (called patterns) over time.

How Patterns Work:

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    Spotting Repetition:
    • We pay attention to things that happen often in your journal entries – the stuff you feel, the reasons for your habits, and what usually happens because of those habits.
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    Putting it on Display:
    • When we notice a specific trigger and its effect happening a bunch of times, we show it to you in a flowchart. It's like a picture that sums up what's causing what in your life.
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    Digging Deeper:
    • You can click on these flowcharts to get more details. We explain how we figured out the trigger, give you the lowdown on the pattern, and share insights to help you understand and improve.

Why Collecting Patterns Matters:

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    Know Yourself Better:
    • Patterns help you understand yourself. They show what you do a lot and how it affects you, helping you see clear patterns in your behavior.
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    Focus on Improvement:
    • Armed with info about your triggers and patterns, you can focus on what needs work. It's like having a target for self-improvement – you know where to put in the effort for positive change.
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    Track Your Progress:
    • Patterns act like milestones. You can see how far you've come, celebrate the wins, and figure out where you still want to grow.
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    Make Smart Choices:
    • Knowing your patterns helps you make smarter choices. It's like having a guide that tells you which habits to change or keep to make your life better.
In a nutshell, patterns are a roadmap for getting better. They show you where you've been and guide you toward becoming a better version of yourself.
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Triggers

Flow chart of one Trigger (Cause) leading to multiple patterns (effects)
In FindYourTriggers, a trigger refers to the underlying cause or catalyst behind your habits, whether they are positive or negative. Triggers are the factors that prompt or influence certain behaviors or emotions in your daily life.
How it works
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    Identification:
    • Triggers can be specific events, situations, emotions, or even thoughts that set off a particular habit or emotional response. They are like the starting point for a chain of actions or feelings.
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    Positive and Negative Triggers:
    • Triggers are not inherently good or bad. Positive triggers can lead to beneficial habits or emotions, while negative triggers may prompt habits or emotions that you want to change or improve.
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    Recognition through Journaling:
    • In "Find Your Triggers," triggers are identified through your daily journal entries. By reflecting on your experiences and emotions, you can pinpoint the factors that consistently influence your habits.
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    Examples of Triggers:
    • Positive Trigger: Your morning routine or a supportive message from a friend that motivates you to exercise.
    • Negative Trigger: Stress at work triggering an unhealthy coping mechanism like overeating.
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    Insights for Improvement:
    • Understanding your triggers is a key step towards self-improvement. It allows you to be aware of what prompts certain behaviors or emotions, empowering you to make positive changes and break unhealthy patterns.
Why Understanding Triggers Matters:
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    Behavioral Awareness:
    • Identifying triggers enhances your awareness of the factors influencing your actions. This awareness is crucial for making intentional choices and steering your behavior in a positive direction.
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    Empowered Decision-Making:
    • Knowing your triggers empowers you to make informed decisions. It provides a foundation for choosing healthier responses to situations and cultivating positive habits.
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    Targeted Self-Improvement:
    • Once triggers are recognized, you can focus on addressing specific areas for improvement. This targeted approach accelerates your journey toward positive change.
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    Enhanced Emotional Well-being:
    • Understanding emotional triggers helps in managing and regulating your emotional responses. This contributes to improved emotional well-being and resilience in the face of challenges.
In essence, triggers are the starting points of your habits and emotions. By recognizing and understanding them, you gain valuable insights that pave the way for intentional and positive personal growth.
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Process Triggers (In development)

Still in development. But please keep reading to see how it works.
"Processing" uses scientifically proven therapy techniques to help you process triggers.
Session 1: Assessment
Through open and in-depth conversations, your AI-companion works to uncover the root cause—deep-seated beliefs about oneself and the world—that may be contributing to the foundation of your triggers.. This session sets the stage for self-awareness, as individuals explore their past experiences and the origins of their current emotional challenges.
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Session 2: Planning
Now that you've identified the root cause of the problem, It's time for the second session. In this session, you and your AI companion will delve into the root cause once again and collaborate on finding a solution tailored to suit and help you personally. The approach can vary each time, depending on your trigger. Once you are satisfied with the solution offered, you can conclude the session.
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Session 3: Implementing
As we step into the third session, we're not just talking theory anymore – it's time to put our plan into action! Together, we'll bring the tailored solution we crafted to life in your everyday experiences. I'll be right there with you, keeping a close eye on your progress. It's not about reaching a finish line; it's about the journey. Once you've made strides, noticeable progress, and feel the positive changes, that's when your trigger has truly been processed.
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Growth (In development)

Still in development, but please keep reading how it works:
MORE INFO COMING SOON...
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