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Overwhelmed. Sunday June 29, 2014

I was in hospital this week as things had got too much. But that's nothing, that's not why I was overwhelmed.

While I was in hospital Moodscope published a blog I wrote asking for advice about recovery. I had no signal in there so it wasn't until I came home and saw the masses of comments on the blog that I became genuinely overwhelmed and released a few tears. Tears of what? Not joy, not relief, tears that said silently thank god I'm not alone.

I am still reading and re-reading all the advice I recieved and couldn't honestly find the words to thank each one of you. So I just wanted to say thank you to moodscope for providing a platform for so many people to connect and share.

It has been a long time since I was so positively overwhelmed and it has given me more faith in human nature than I had at the start of the week from my hospital bed.

If you are looking for some inspiration today why not flick through the moodscope blogs? There is always something heartwarming, cheery and poignant on there. Thanks to everyone in this community for the advice. It has given me such a boost. You rock people, you rock.

Jules
A Moodscope member.


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