Journey: A Positive Social Network

Photo by: Journey

Photo by: Journey

I would like to talk to you guys about a social networking site that I was introduced to by one of the founders. This site is called Journey. Journey is a place where people who are dealing with various different types of medical conditions such as cerebral palsy, epilepsy, scoliosis, anxiety disorders, spina bifida, bipolar disorder, chronic stress disorder, and many more can come together and support one another. I really think that it was an excellent idea to start this social networking site. I feel like everyone needs a place to vent and talk about the everyday obstacles that they are facing in their lives. I know that not everyone has understanding family members and/or friends that comprehend what they are going through on a daily basis. It is difficult. Don’t forget though, you might come across a person that is fighting an invisible battle that you don’t know about. Always be kind and understanding to their emotional needs and wants.

To me, Journey is very unique. It has qualities of going places, becoming successful, and inspiring people to think positively about themselves. I like that. I’m all about positively and utilizing support groups. They are really great and helpful.

Photo by: Journey

Photo by: Journey

Journey is available on the Apple App Store. Hopefully, there will be an app developed for Android. Journey is comprised of three sections: reflections, stumbles, and photos. With reflections, you can discuss anything that is on your mind or what is happening in your life at the moment. Stumbles are basically questions that you ask others in the groups that you joined. Lastly, you can post any photos that send out a positive message.

You can read more about how Journey was started at their website below.

Source: www.postyourjourney.com

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This entry was published on August 29, 2015 at 12:30 pm. It’s filed under Blog and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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