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This eQuoo app games you to into learning useful psychological skills

Mental health is one of the biggest issues of recent times, with Kendall Jenner, Emma Stone, Lady Gaga and even The Rock opening up about their mental health issues. Even the royal family has got in on the act, setting up the Heads Together charity. And it’s not just a fleeting issue. The World Health Organisation says depression will overtake cancer as the world’s main ‘global disease burden’ by 2030.

So it’s not surprising that meditation apps like Calm are going gangbusters amongst consumers. However, meditation and brain training apps are targeted towards cognitive skills. These skills can help with concentration and dementia, for example, but won’t allow you to have better and deeper relationships.

So it’s interesting that a new app has launched to tackle the thornier problem of how to improve your emotional intelligence. That’s the hope of new app startup eQuoo which plans to launch in May this year, but is right now in Beta in the app stores for Australia and New Zealand…

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  • mmatos on 15th March 2018

    Thanks for the tips guys!! 🙌🏼

  • Skrzypczyni on 22nd March 2018

    I still struggle with The Giving Tree. Maybe it is coming as a child psychiatrist ( not to pull rank) but it seems so important for kids to learn the balance of boundaries, giving and taking. And I do feel being selective with how you give is key and know that there is joy when you can provide support to others , it gives as much to you as the person receiving. Love the way you cherish your trees. Thich Nat Hanh has a great meditation on insight meditation app fourteen minutes and he speaks with such joy about a tree being a cathedral. custom written essays