The exercise that forms the basis of this app is taken from an academic research paper : Dandeneau, S. D., & Baldwin, M. W. (2009). The buffering effects of rejection-inhibiting attentional training on social and performance threat among adult students. Contemporary Educational Psychology. A pdf of the paper can be found here and further research and activities can be found at mindhabits.com
Yes, although this may vary from person to person. The research paper mentioned above indicates that participants "reported less interfering thoughts of being rejected while completing...tasks, and a overall higher state self-esteem after having been rejected and experiencing failure".
So it sounds like there might be value in giving it a go - maybe 5 minutes a day to see if it has a positive impact for you.
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