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  • Aloe helps people with mental health upkeep
  • Aloe helps people with mental health upkeep
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Aloe helps people with mental health upkeep

Aloe is a tool that helps people keep their mental health from slipping up by reminding them to complete some self-care basics. It's repositioning psychological wellbeing as an aspect of health that requires upkeep, rather than something that’s either functional or broken.

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