ABSENT is an exciting new concept in reuniting loved ones. Absence can occur from so many circumstances and each situation will have it’s own set of circumstances. It may be you have just drifted apart because life has a habit of doing that.
Or it can be much more complicated.
Forced absence is a much more serious and upsetting circumstance. When people are apart and feel they have no means of communicating why, it can have serious mental and physical health issues. Put simply, lives are ruined.
This is where Absent will change that. An online platform where you can store your memories in total privacy. You can add your thoughts and feelings to create a timeline bursting with information to share with the specific person it’s meant for. There is no need for the masses on social media to see you bear your innermost soul.
Why you NEED to use ABSENT ?
Situations where you would need ABSENT :-
If there is anyone you want to reuinte with. Remember life is short … don’t have any regrets
If you are involved in more forced absence.
Typical circumstances of forced absence can include :-
- If someone is missing
- If you are involved in Parental Alienation
- If you are involved in fostering or adoption
- Any situation where you want to reach out to someone, but either don’t know where they are, or more importantly, you’re not sure how they will react
- Give them the information before you meet and make the reconcilation process that little bit easier
Forced absence will have emotional issues different to that of say a bereavment. The lack of closure can cause mental health issues which if left untreated can be devastating.
Journaling therapy is a well known self therapy technique which is an added advantage of using ABSENT.
Journal therapy is a type of writing therapy that focuses on the writer’s internal experiences, thoughts and feelings. Journal therapy uses reflective writing so that the writer can receive mental and emotional clarity, validate experiences and come to a deeper understanding of the situation they find themself in.
One of the ways to deal with any overwhelming emotion is to find a healthy outlet in which to express yourself, which makes a journal a helpful tool in managing your mental health. Journaling can help:
Cope with depression
Journaling helps control your symptoms and improve your mood by:
Helping you prioritise problems, fears, and concerns
Tracking any symptoms day-to-day so that you can recognise triggers and learn ways to better control them
Providing an opportunity for positive self-talk and identifying negative thoughts and behaviors
Keep in mind that journaling is just one aspect of a healthy lifestyle for better managing stress, anxiety, and mental health conditions. To get the most benefits, be sure you also:
Relax and meditate each day.
Eat a nutritious, balanced diet.
Exercise regularly—get in some activity every day.
Treat yourself to plenty of sleep each night.
Avoid alcohol and drugs.
How to use ABSENT
Try these tips to help you get started with ABSENT:
Try to use your account regularly. To encourage yourself to document in your account regularly, set aside a few minutes every day.
Make it easy. No need to keep a pen and paper handy so that when you want to jot down your thoughts, you can. ABSENT will be available as both an app for quick uploads of photo’s or video’s, and also a website for those long essays.
Write whatever feels right. Your ABSENT account doesn’t need to follow any particular structure. It’s your own private arena to talk about whatever you want. Let the words flow freely BUT remember that by simply bad mouthing or being constantly negative that will ultimately not help the relationship that you want to rebuild.
Use ASBENT with confidence. You won’t share your ABSENT account with just anyone. Be confident that the secure and private platform will allow you to share your heart with only those it’s intended for.
Your ABSENT account will help you establish order when your world feels like it’s in chaos. It helps you get to know yourself by revealing your innermost fears, thoughts, and feelings. Look at your ABSENT time as personal relaxation time, a time when you de-stress and wind down, and feel like you are talking to that special someone. Be in a place that’s relaxing and soothing. Look forward to your ABSENT time, and know that you’re doing something good for your mind and body and reaching out to the ones you love, but cannot see.
You are always present on ABSENT.