PRLog - Apr. 19, 2011 - ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Dwayne Driskill, creator of the FeelBetter stress management app for the iPhone and iPad, will appear on popular morning show "The Balancing Act" on Wednesday, April 20th at 7AM on Lifetime Television. Lifetime Television reaches nearly 98 million households and is the highest rated women's network. "The Balancing Act" is America's premier one-hour women's morning show and recipient of eleven 2010 Telly Awards.
"I'm excited to explain the purpose of the FeelBetter app. It's deceptively simple and it's difficult to see the benefits without first using the app." said Driskill. "If you try it a few times, I think you'll feel better and you'll feel empowered because you took action and you made progress on something you care about."
The FeelBetter app uses a simplified form of expressive writing. Expressive writing has been shown to produce both physical and psychological health benefits in research studies. The app uses a process that is similar to working with a counselor or therapist. Users start a new session every time they open the app. During each session, the user answers questions to help them think through their problems. The app can be customized by adding new questions. A password can be enabled to protect the user's privacy.
The FeelBetter app is currently available in the Apple App Store at a special introductory price of 99 cents in the U.S. and is priced accordingly in other countries. The FeelBetter app is available world-wide from Apple's App Store. Please visit http://www.feelbetterapp.com for more information about the FeelBetter app.
Cherry Tree Systems LLC is an independent iPhone development company based in Ann Arbor, MI. It was founded in 2010 by Dwayne Driskill to create iPhone applications for self help, self improvement and stress management.