In todays world, the pressure is on to present the best version of ourselves to the world. Hiding behind screens and presenting images of perfection, most of us are afraid to talk about our mental health with the people in our lives.
Our fear of judgement keeps us from talking through our problems, getting better help and accessing the support we need to live our best lives. Thats where Kinde comes in. Were a social network on a mission to make the world a happier place.
With Kinde you can talk to people like you, who understand where youre coming from, and access free better help resources from mental health researchers and professionals.
MENTAL HEALTH IS A LIFELONG JOURNEY
Learn how to cope with mental health issues, and stop suffering in silence.
Connect with a support network that understands what youre going through.
Access better help on how to manage your mental health from a community of peers and experts.
Get inspired to change with fun, interactive and clinically proven self care challenges and competitions.
Download Kinde NOW to join the world's first social network for mental health and self care.
Share your story, be heard and find support. Get your questions on wellness living and everything from therapy to self care answered.
A simple to use mood tracking diary. Track your mood and get to know your mental health triggers with a quick and easy log of your sleep, physical activity and eating habits.
Practice wellness living with self care exercises and quizzes recommended by therapists and backed by medical research. Earn points and win rewards for your self-care achievements.
Your Mental Health Journey Starts Here
ANXIETY & STRESS
Gain meaningful relief from anxiety and stress with a community of people who understand what youre going through. Share and discover methods for pinpointing your triggers, avoiding a panic attack and managing other symptoms of stress and anxiety. Find calm in knowing you are not alone. You can feel better and heal over time with counseling help and support.
One of the most distinct symptoms of depression is the feeling of loneliness. We tell ourselves no one can understand us, and we shut people out when we need help the most. By sharing your experiences, you can find acceptance and learn to manage and overcome feelings of depression. Talk with people at different stages of depression, and find calm relief in knowing you are not alone. Better mental health and better help can be yours.