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“I am a GP in the north east of UK and have been following the rise of your site with interest. My husband has written to you before about how much the site has helped him and how impressed we both are with it and the support and help that goes with it. I have already started to give my patients the site details. Your site is brilliant and easy to use. I think it is only a matter of time before primary care realise what an incredible tool you have given us! I will continue to tell all my colleagues - you are doing a great job and thanks for a great resource!”

TL, Tyne & Wear, UK


“Where Moodscope scores is that being able to view the history of my daily happiness (or lack of) gives me real courage when I do get down. There it is, in black and white. I get better, life gets better. Always.”

SE, Scotland


“Congratulations on Moodscope and its success! I have just completed my first test and am so pleased you have researched a method of self-analysis, including the buddying system, which doesn't include drug treatment! How refreshing. I really hope you can find the funding you need to achieve your aims.”

AW, Yorkshire, UK


“I have raved about your site since I first logged on. ”

MB, Tyne & Wear, UK


“I wanted to say thank you very much for creating Moodscope. I think it is a wonderful website. It is not overloaded with info and easy to use. Your blogs are inspirational.”

MS, Surrey, UK


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“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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