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Blue Fever - self love support

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Blue Fever pairs journaling with a supportive and anonymous in-app community—keep a personal diary or add pages to group journals, and share your thoughts, fears, and successes in a judgment-free zone.

What we love: The app is loaded with templates that make it easy to craft beautiful journal pages containing text, stickers, and GIFs. Check out the Self-Love Workshop templates for prompts that encourage you to celebrate who you are, then read how others in the Blue Fever community responded to the same prompts.

Express all parts of yourself with Blue Fever’s beautiful pages—and find solace in its community.

Quick tip: If you see a post you relate to, touch and hold the content to leave a supportive reaction, like a GIF, sticker, or group hug.

Meet the creator: CEO and founder Greta McAnany joined forces with Georgia Messinger and Ari Sokolov (founders of the anonymous social support app Trill) to create what she terms emotional media: “Social media started by saying, ‘We’re going to connect people and monetize those connections.’ We call ourselves emotional media because it’s a new kind of product that’s not just about connecting with others—it’s about relating to others.”

    Blue Fever - self love support

    anonymous, friends, vent

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