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“I found you through the April NYT article that mentioned Moodscope. I clicked through, and I think what you've come up with is just brilliant, truly.”

LS, Illinois, USA


“Thanks for Moodscope -- I've been using it for about 2 months, and it's been really helpful in tracking and taking action to improve my mood. I really feel like it's helped to re-allocate control over my mood to me, rather than feeling like I'm at the mercy of whatever mood I find myself in. That's a huge benefit; I appreciate it.”

CD, Washington, USA


“You are helping many people who are feeling very alone and troubled. It is all helping me greatly.”

MO, Norfolk, UK


“I've just started using your website after a friend saw a piece in the paper and told me about it for my daughter who is 20 and was diagnosed with bipolar 2 years ago. I love it! I love the daily reminders, the thoughts for the day and the whole concept. Well done on doing this, I'm sure it will be of great benefit to many people. Thank you.”

LW, Hertfordshire, UK


“I find Moodscope really interesting and want it to be a success, not just for personal reasons, but also because I feel it may start to change the way that society thinks about mental health issues, which I think will be a really exciting development for future generations to benefit from. Obviously Moodscope is not a magic cure, but it provides a good support system and advocates an important lesson, that any recovery has to start from within. You need to be proactive and realise (even if reluctantly!) that nobody out there is going to "cure" you; that there is not some magic therapy or pill that is going to make you feel better long term; therapy and medication can definitely play a part, but at the end of the day, I think it is the way you approach things within your head that makes the difference. And Moodscope is a tool which can help people to take the first proactive steps and maintain a feeling of taking control.”

RB, Middlesex, UK


“The great thing about Moodscope is that at a glance you can view your mental state over an extended length of time. If you have bipolar tendencies, your chart reminds you that no mood lasts for ever...”

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