Parentology Directs Readers To Supportiv: An On-Demand Helping Hand


In a recent article, Parentology describes the plight Covid-19 has laid on families, suggesting Supportiv as the answer.

“These days, tempers are hot, tolerance is waning, and frustration levels are perilously high. And, with shutdowns starting up once again and money still tight for many people, traditional options like face-to-face psychotherapy aren’t happening,” author Jenny Heitz reflects.

Few schools are set to reopen in Fall, leaving parents and kids in the mutually inadequate no-man’s land of distance learning. What are parents to do?

She continues: “Enter Supportiv, a peer support network that gives people the safe, anonymous support they need.”

“Whether you’re stressed, anxious, overwhelmed, angry at your spouse, or questioning why you even had kids, there are others among Supportiv’s 500,000+ users who understand.”

The article in Parentology lays out what needs Supportiv can meet for parents, exactly how it works, and all the safeguards in place to make these anonymous chats genuinely helpful.

“There are no static topics or drop-down menus. Users type their struggles in an unstructured format and our AI takes care of the rest,” Supportiv Co-Founder Pouria Mojabi shares with Parentology. He goes on to detail Supportiv’s anonymous and troll-free model, and the impact Supportiv’s 24/7 chats can have in the lives of parents.

Whether you’re stressed, anxious, overwhelmed, angry at your spouse, or questioning why you even had kids, there are others among Supportiv’s 500,000+ users who understand. Supportiv provides a unique “mixture of technology and human support” which “is key to avoiding the pitfalls of online communication.”

As mentioned in the full article, Supportiv is so sure parents will benefit from the extra support, that they’re offering an entire month of service for free. Enter the code PARENTOLOGY at https://www.supportiv.com/code, and rest assured you’ll always have the emotional support you need, when you need it.

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