stoic. journal & mental health

stoic. journal & mental health for PC and Mac

Published by Maciej Lobodzinski on 2024-04-09

  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 7 & MacOS 10, 11, 13.0
  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 2024.15
  • File size: 69.51 MB

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stoic. journal & mental health Overview

What is stoic. journal & mental health? Stoic is a mental health tracker app that provides daily mental exercises and fragments from books to help users deal with obstacles and improve their emotional state. The app offers mood tracking, journaling, meditations, and reflection, and analyzes emotive influences to provide insights on how to be happier and more productive. Stoic also offers morning and evening routines, reflective exercises such as journaling, negative visualization, meditation, breathing exercises, quotes and affirmations, fear setting, and thought exercises. The app integrates with HealthKit and Health app for mindful minutes and activity trends, and offers a premium subscription for additional features. Stoic is available for free, but users can choose to purchase the premium subscription for $37.99/year.


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stoic. journal & mental health Features and Description

1. stoic interpretation of CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.) whenever you feel strong negative emotions, try to put corresponding thoughts here.

2. any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a stoic premium subscription.

3. Every day stoic prepares bite-sized mental exercises and fragments from books that will help you feel better and deal with obstacles you face.

4. read and save your favorite inspiring quotes from stoic philosophers, Lao Tzu, The Holy Bible, and Gautama Buddha.

5. • your subscription to stoic will automatically renew unless you disable auto-renew at least 24 hours before the current period ends.

6. synchronize your data with other multiple devices and keep a backup of your precious thoughts on your personal iCloud storage account.

7. with quotes from Lao Tzu, The Holy Bible, and Gautama Buddha you can learn Tao, Confucianism, Buddhism, and Christian approaches to life.

8. whether we are feeling positive or negative — both of which are completely natural, of course — it is essential that we have a clear understanding of our emotional state of mind if we are to achieve self-actualization.

9. clear your mind, express your thoughts, set goals and be more grateful with guided journaling.

10. you can turn off auto-renew or manage your subscription from your iTunes Store account setting.

11. you may notice, that your feelings were caused by your thoughts, and after a small shift in the way you think, you can experience a significant change in your mood.


  • - It's beautiful and iconic
  • - It has helped reduce crippling anxiety and depression
  • - It has helped cope with mental health issues such as BPD, addiction, PTSD, and Bipolar
  • - It helps to start off the day well
  • - It has breathing exercises to help focus or calm down
  • - It helps to look back on the day after it's completed
  • - It has 230 app check-ins, 118 journal entries, and just under 7000 words
  • - The creators behind it actually care and give an effort to inspire you

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Installation Requirements

PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

Compactible OS list:
  1. Windows 11
  2. Windows 10
  3. Windows 8.1
  4. Windows 7
  5. Windows Vista

Requirements for MacOS Installation

Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

Compactible OS list:
  1. macOS Ventura: 13.3
  2. macOS Monterey: 12.6.4
  3. macOS Big Sur: 11.7.5
  4. macOS Catalina: 10.15
  5. macOS Mojave: 10.14
  6. macOS High Sierra: 10.13


stoic. journal & mental health - Is it safe to download?

Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

Software Reviews and Criticism

  • By Jay2DaNaay

    Maybe I don't know how to use this app?

    I'm not really sure how I feel about this app. While it does ask you questions/give you prompts to get you talking about things, sometimes the questions are weird. I had one this morning, somewhere along the lines of "what are you then, a mere body? a ration being." And I'm staring at my screen like how do I even answer this if I don't understand the question? There's other ones that are similar and because I don't understand what it's asking me to write, sometimes I'll just put "lol" so I can move to the next page. Then when you're done with your questions it will ask if you feel better and mostly my answer has been no because the questions it gave me were weird. You can pick what questions you'd like to be asked everyday but none of them really jump out to me as something I'd want to answer daily besides the one sentence summary of your day but even that is whatever. I do like that it tracks your mood, would be cool to have another tracker for what is causing your mood instead of the sad to happy face scale. The quotes are cool too. I've been using the app for about 2 weeks now and I feel like maybe twice out of the 14 days, it's actually asked me something relevant. More often than not, I'm using the blank page entries instead but I could just write those in my actual journal. Perhaps this app isn't for me, but it seems to work for people.

  • By SilenceRecited

    Good For Simple Journaling

    I am enjoying the free version of the app, (so this is coming from that point of view.) The daily prompts are repetitive but the paid version promises more “reflective questions” and “quotes”. (I wonder, how different could it be?) I do like the daily “choose your own/write your own ”mantra/saying/quote/etc.” There are quotes/reflections to use as journal prompts, if you just feel like typing. The daily mood/goal prompts kind of deter me away from using the app. It almost seems like a chore, mostly because not every answer for the “mood/goal” question warrants the next prompt which is usually, the exact same question about what we plan to do about such-and-such from the previous answers. Everything is predictable. Most of the time I just find myself lumping my thoughts into the closest category, or rushing by multiple prompts to get to the writing part and find I am uninspired. This has app has potential but I feel there are two different ideas clashing here. I love inspiration when I want to write something, but if I want to journal purely for self-reflection and self/improvement I’d like a little more depth, less out-of-context quotes from other people. Either way, there was a lot of work put into this, and a need for it too!

  • By kytedot


    I downloaded this app last week and it’s been on my home page since then. I’ve only started using this app a few days ago and OMG😳 This app is so beautiful. I’m only writing a review just so I can ask if you guys can put a password for the journal part because my mom looks through my phone and I don’t want her to read the things I write in there💀 Anyways, I do actually really love this app and its perfect from the bottom of those codes and to the top of the icon. It’s iconic honestly. Not to forget the fact that it’s been lifting burdens and weights off of my back when I type everything in details. It’s like a friend that I’ve always wanted, which is sad because none of my real (alive) friends are there for me and asks me how I am like how stoic is🥲 Ever since the app asked me the first question, I’ve poured allllll of the things I wanted to say and in details too. I- this app is like that one friend that you have that’s always there for you no matter what and genuinely cares for you so deeply and that you’re comfortable being around them even though you’ve only met last week. yknow? this app is my twin flame.

  • By Chryssee

    This is an amazing app

    I typically do not like journaling on my phone however, I stumbled upon this app and gave it a try and I absolutely love it. I wasn’t sure if I wanted to buy a membership but I did because I wanted to have full access to the entire app to be able to really see if it was worth it. So far, I have used the app in the morning and evening. I wanted to be able to track my mood to get a good sense of what really bothers me and be able to journal. I find that it really helps me find peace and be able to find happy moments in my day when it is hard to find sometimes. I love being able to find ways to be grateful and this really helps me find those moments in the day when you’ve been so stressed and all you can think of is the negative parts and then turning it around to find those moments that stand out that are positive. Even during times of stress I have been able to see the positive. I’ve been able to take a step back and really look at each situation as a learning experience and sometimes it is hard to do when you are battling depression, anxiety and PTSD. Definitely recommend this app!!

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