How to stick with it
We know starting and maintaining a treatment is challenging. Below is a collection of tips and tricks from our users and the team at Flow to support you in your journey.
Find your time, find your spot, find your Flow:
“I’ve tried to make a habit of having a quiet 30 minutes every single day, so that Flow just fits into it.”
“Keep a consistent schedule of Flow. It’ll help you get in a habit and remember to do it. When I forget, I definitely feel it.”
Tell a friend and make an accountability buddy:
Depression is difficult but you are not alone. Be sure to join the Flow Facebook community to hear from others that understand depression, how difficult the bad times can be and are currently using Flow to fight depression. Share your experiences, make an accountability buddy, or just say hi. Support systems have been shown to help lower stress levels and even help reduce depression. We would be honored to have you.
Embrace your Flow and give yourself grace:
Everyone is different and will experience Flow differently. It is important to give yourself the time and commitment needed to see if Flow is right for you. See here what many users experience in their first few days and weeks.
Know what to expect:
As the treatment progresses, you’ll move from 5 sessions to 2, which some users can find difficult. We recommend spreading the sessions out during your week and reaching out for support if you are struggling.
Find your balance:
We hope these tips will help on your journey with Flow. We are always looking for different ways to support our users. If you have any other tips, please feel free to share and send them our way!