When it comes to being a bully, some people just don’t want to talk.
You’re just too hard on yourself, they say.
It’s just not good for your self-esteem.
That’s the message from the self-expectancy app, which lets players of the National Hockey League talk to one another about their self-doubt, their self esteem and their self image.
The app, created by New York-based app developer M.G. and L.T., was unveiled at the 2016 World Cup of Hockey in Quebec City.
The app is available for free on the iOS and Android platforms, but it also features some $150-a-month subscriptions, which give players access to more in-depth conversations.
The goal of the app, according to a press release, is to help players get better at being the best version of themselves.
It also offers a forum for players to talk with each other about their issues, and is “designed to empower athletes, coaches and trainers to better understand their players, and to offer advice, support and advice on issues that impact them, their teams and their communities.”
The app has more than 3,000 videos that show players talking about self-confidence, self-worth, how to be more attractive, how not to make the wrong decision and how to deal if someone makes a bad decision.
There’s also a list of self-acceptance techniques that players can use to help them feel better about themselves.
Players can also find out more about how the app works, such as how to download it, how it works on phones, how the game plays, what’s available in the app and how it’s connected to the NHL.
There are also guides for parents and coaches, which can be used to help teach a coach how to better teach their kids, and a guide for players on how to talk to teammates.
The company said it wants to help athletes feel more confident about themselves, which it says is a key to building confidence.
The game is free, but if you want to see more, the company also offers its $1,000 tier, which gives players access, in addition to the app’s $15 monthly subscription, access to the game’s live feed and video chat with other players.