This will save someone's life. If you are even unsure about it, download this app. It helped me and many women I know.
This is a great start and I appreciate what you all have created but I have a lot of constructive feedback. I understand the basics or abuse 101 can be helpful but I think you are running a risk of a lot of young people giving up on this app if they feel like they have to go through tutorials before they can begin their safety plan. Why not allow the user to explore what they feel is needed vs making them go through all 6 steps in order? OneLove literally talks about the stats for men are 1 in 4 right above where this app is advertised. It feels incredibly hetero-normative, and like a cop out to only offer a hotline number as soon as we check "male." It is 2017 yall... can we please get better gender identities listed other than "other..." I work with youth trying to prevent or reduce relationship violence. We have soo few resources to offer youth (across the gender spectrum since more men are reporting women being abusive as well), we could really use an app that also could plan alternative behaviors and resources for those who may be exhibiting abusive behaviors. What about strategies to end abusive behaviors? It's not all on you but these are current needs. Thank you.
I think it will save someone life
- Bug fixes