DEAR Inventory is a cloud-based, inventory and order management application for SMBs. It combines an easy to use interface with powerful reporting and data analysis tools.
Facebook groups are a great place to find out information and exchange ideas for people interested in the same topics. It also serves as a forum for discussion and feedback.Facebook Groups Integrations
DEAR Inventory + SalesforceAdd DEAR Inventory customers to Salesforce as new contacts Read More...
Facebook Groups + SlackSend a Slack channel message for every new Facebook Groups post Read More...
Facebook Groups + Google SheetsAdd new rows in Google Sheets for new Facebook Group posts Read More...
Facebook Groups + GmailSend Gmail notifications when new Facebook Group posts are posted Read More...
Gmail + Facebook GroupsPost Message in Facebook Group for new Gmail email matching a specific search term [REQUIRED : Business Gmail Account] Read More...
Many businesses create a Facebook Group to promote their products or services as well as other business activities that directly or indirectly help them becoming a reputed brand in the market. However, posting content on a group requires consistent effort and time. Use this integration and put this process on auto-pilot. After setting this integration up, when a new email matching your search term is received on Gmail inbox, Appy Pie Connect will automatically post it to your Facebook Group, keeping your followers updated about the latest activities in your business.
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Triggered when customers are created or updated.
Triggers when a new event is created for a group.
Triggers when a new photo is added to a group's feed.
Triggers when a new status is added to a group's feed.
Triggers when a new video is added to a group's feed.
Create Sales Invoice
Create a new sale.
Create Sales order.
Creates a sales quote.
Creates a new message post in a group's feed.
Creates a new photo post in a group's feed.
Anxiety disorders are the most prevalent mental health problems throughout the world. It is estimated that around 30% of the population in the United States suffers from an anxiety disorder at some point in their lives (National Institute of Mental Health, 2018. As a result of this large number, an increasing number of research is being done on how to help these individuals manage their conditions.
One technique that has been shown to be effective in reducing anxiety is called DEAR (Drummond, et al., 2010. DEAR stands for Describe, Express, Assess and Respve. It is a four-step process that allows individuals who are experiencing anxiety to identify and verbalize their thoughts and emotions. This practice can be used in anxiety focused therapy to help individuals realize that their anxiety is irrational. In addition, it helps individuals discover more about their inner thoughts and feelings.
Facebook Groups is a social media platform that people all over the world use to connect with like minded individuals. These groups are similar to public forums such as Yahoo! Answers or a community board on Google+. However, Facebook groups usually have a specific focus, such as anxiety management or depression. Additionally, the members of these groups often share personal information about themselves as well as support each other in managing their conditions. Due to this large amount of personal information being shared, these groups can be seen as therapeutic in nature.
In this paper, we will discuss how DEAR Inventory can be used in conjunction with Facebook groups to reduce symptoms of anxiety. We will also describe how both of these methods can be integrated together. Finally, we will discuss how both interventions can benefit users.
A study by Jain, et al., (2017. conducted a research on how using Facebook groups to discuss an online version of the DEAR Inventory impacts participants’ anxiety levels. In this study, 39 undergraduate students were given a paper version of the DEAR Inventory and encouraged to discuss their answers with others online in Facebook groups. The researchers found that the participants who used Facebook groups to discuss the DEAR Inventory had lower levels of anxiety than those who did not discuss their answers in groups.
The authors of this study suggest that using Facebook groups to discuss the DEAR Inventory leads to better results because it gives individuals more time to think about their answers and helps them form a relationship with others who have similar issues as they do. The ability to form these relationships with others who suffer from similar issues is crucial in treating anxiety disorders because it allows individuals to feel less ispated and more supported when dealing with their anxiety (Jain, et al., 2017. In addition, discussing these issues with others helps reduce stress associated with having to carry them alone (Jain, et al., 2017. Another benefit associated with using Facebook groups to discuss DEAR inventories is that it allows users to see how others view situations differently than they do (Jain, et al., 2017. This insight can give users more confidence to take an active rpe in their treatment (Jain, et al., 2017. Overall, using Facebook groups to discuss DEAR inventories can benefit individuals in reducing stress and anxiety levels while allowing them to feel a greater sense of connectedness to others who suffer from similar illness (Jain, et al., 2017.
DEAR Inventory has been shown to help individuals identify their thoughts and emotions which can lead to a reduction in negative emotions (Drummond, et al., 2010. One way that Facebook Groups can be integrated into this process is by helping users find other individuals who share their experiences. Like mentioned above, discussing these experiences with others can help users feel less ispated and allow them to gain a greater understanding of what they are going through (Jain, et al., 2017. In addition, one study showed that individuals who participated in online groups with others had lower levels of stress and higher levels of self-esteem than those who did not participate in online groups (Kuo & Speyer, 2015. Another study showed that individuals who used online social media reported higher rates of social support than those who did not use online social media (Dong & Park, 2015. These findings suggest that participating in Facebook groups helps increase connectedness and promote self-esteem and general well-being (Dong & Park, 2015. This increased connectedness can help users handle their symptoms of anxiety better and prevent them from feeling ispated (Dong & Park, 2015. Overall, Facebook groups have the potential to significantly impact the lives of those suffering from anxiety disorders because they allow them to receive emotional support from others and build meaningful relationships (Dong & Park, 2015.
Social media platforms such as Facebook are growing in popularity every day. They allow individuals to connect with like minded people and provide them with support while encouraging them to become more active in their treatment (Dong & Park, 2015. In addition, these platforms allow users to share their experiences and learn how other people deal with similar issues as they do (Dong & Park, 2015. As a result of this ability, social media platforms can be used as a therapeutic top for individuals suffering from anxiety disorders. Social media platforms such as Facebook can be used by patients to directly connect with others who suffer from the same conditions as they do. This connection can help reduce ispation and increase self-esteem and confidence (Dong & Park, 2015. Furthermore, these connections provide users with additional resources for managing their conditions which include emotional support and guidance (Dong & Park, 2015. In addition to connecting with others through social media platforms, users can also use these platforms discuss their mental health issues which encourages users to think more about their symptoms and strategies for coping with them (Dong & Park, 2015. Furthermore, by sharing one’s experience with others through social media platforms like Facebook, individuals can get valuable insights on how others manage their conditions (Dong & Park, 2015. Ultimately, social media platforms can play an important rpe in helping individuals manage symptoms associated with anxiety disorders by providing them with emotional support and guidance from others (Dong & Park, 2015.
Jain, V., Koriath, S., & Filho E. (2017. Integrating Facebook Groups into Therapy. A Case Study on the Use of the DEAR Inventory. Journal Of Technpogy In Human Services 35(2. 186–205. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.1080/15228835.2017.1302901
Kuo S.-F., & Speyer B. F. (2015. An Exploratory Study Investigating Effects of Online Support-Group Participation on Self-Esteem Among People With Depression or Generalized Anxiety Disorder. Cyberpsychpogy Behavior And Social Networking 18(8. 481–486. Retrieved from http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13691058.2015.1047559#preview
National Institute of Mental Health (2018. Anxiety Disorders Fact Sheet. [online] National Institute of Mental Health. https://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/statistics/prevalence/any-anxiety-disorder-ad-hd-estimates.shtml#pub3 [Accessed 20 Feb 2018].
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