Ever wondered who really makes you happiest?Being more mindful about who you hang out with and what impact they have on your mental and even physical health, can help you to make some valuable decisions regarding your social life. There are so many ways you can use Bearable, and this is just one of them. Below I’ll show you how you can set up the app to help you track your mood and your social life, so you can start getting these insights for yourself.
- Tap the “Add Categories” button at the bottom of the Factors section on the homepage.
- Go into the “Social” category, first making sure the toggle on the left is green, meaning it will show up on the homepage.
- Using the “Add Factor” box at the top, start adding the specific people you see on a somewhat regular basis. Or you can be more general, like “With Best Friend” or “With family”.
- Try to record your mood at least once each day.
- Open the factors section and simply tap on the people you see each day. Again, the more times you do this the better your insights will be. You can also use the toggle at top of the section to enter your factors into more specific time periods for even more accurate statistics (this works especially well if you’re making two mood entries per day, once in the morning and once in the evening).
- After just 2-3 weeks of doing this, you will already be able to start seeing some interesting and possibly surprising patterns! Just think of the insights you’ll be able to get after doing this for a few months or even a year!
- Go to the Insights page and Press the “Advanced Factor Insights” button at the bottom of the Mood graph.
- Scroll down to see the Advanced Factor Report and navigate across until you get to the “Social” category.
Social Life vs Headaches:
- Make sure you record your symptoms at least once a day (remember to press the “Mark none for remaining” button to ensure you get the most accurate insights, as we don’t assume you didn’t have a symptom if you don’t make any entry)
- Once you’ve been entering your symptoms for a while alongside your Social Life factors, head to the insights page and tap “Headache” or any other symptom you’re interested in (under Symptoms Breakdown).
- Just like with Mood, you’ll see a Factor Effect report for each Symptom – scroll across to “Social” and see the effect each person has on your headaches!