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“May I add to your inbox which should certainly be overflowing with messages telling you what a honey you are. Having recently read the article in The Times, I have found my decision to leave my medication in its packet much less like skiing off piste than I had expected. instead, of reaching for pills in the morning, I switch my Apple to your Moodscope and, am at once, in good company. Thank you SOOOO much...”

JL, Cambridgeshire, UK


“I just wanted to write and thank you for developing such a great and useful tool as Moodscope. I've been using it for several weeks now, and I find it useful and thought-provoking. Keep up the great work!”

AH, New York, USA


“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


“A friend introduced me to Moodscope, joining is one of the best things I've done. I think a forum is a great idea. Thank you friend and thank you Moodscope.”

SL, Somerset, UK


“It's a great idea that has been simply and effectively executed, and I wish you all the best with developing it and progressing it.”

DP, London, UK


“Moodscope is deceptively simple to use but (thanks to the ingenious card-flip system) oddly impossible to lie to...”

Libby Purves

BBC presenter & journalist

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