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What Moodscope means to me Friday February 15, 2019


It's:

A safe space in which to confide an anxiety or feeling that others in your world might scoff at.

A platform to air a view or try out an idea.

A powerful way of connecting, whatever my mood.

Socialising without the nasty bits. You can dip, dip out, read and absorb and learn. You can hide away and nobody will know how you're feeling unless you want them to acknowledge it, and then you write details, and can be sure of warm support.

A daily virtual embrace.

Belonging to a caring, sharing community with daily input. Taking from it what you need at any one time.

A backlog of blog titles and opinions to revisit when you feel the need or have the energy.

Comradeship, a sense of "We're all in this together", and knowing that you won't be let down or reduced.

Respectful observations and comments.

Frustration! When your comment deletes, and you've run out of energy to repeat the whole process!!

Some cracking ideas!

Some "Why didn't I think of that before!" moments.

Valuable insights into others' lives, so that you are taken out of yourself.

Fun elements! Opportunities to break into a smile or a burst of laughter.

Surprise. Never ending surprise at how nice people on here are and what diverse skills they all have.

Just some off-the-cuff realisations of mine. What does Moodscope mean to you?

Sally
A Moodscope member.

Thoughts on the above? Please feel free to leave a comment below.


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