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New iPhone app available to support addiction recovery
My name is Matt and I am a recovering addict. I wanted to get in touch with you about an iPhone app I just released and offer you some free promo codes for you and your readers. Since its release, many of the app's downloads have been made by your reader's demographic: addicts.
When I went through the recovery process in 2012, I learned about the practice of keeping a gratitude journal, where each day you write down a few things you are grateful for. I benefited so much from this practice and wanted to share it with others who might find benefit in it as well.
My non-profit 'Prana to the People' has recently released our first mobile app 'Gratitude Journey': an all-in-one gratitude journal application designed to increase happiness by focusing on the good in one's life. Through the use of custom reminders and a sleek interface, Gratitude Journey automates the process of keeping a journal while encouraging users to maintain an attitude of gratitude. Proceeds from the app's sale are given to various relief organizations, chosen quarterly.
Gratitude Journey is available on the app store for $0.99 at:
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