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“Thank you for this great initiative! I really feel excited about it and the benefits I am going to get. I appreciate the thought and skill and good heartedness that has gone into it.”

AM, Berkshire, UK


“Finding Moodscope has had a huge impact on my life already - I've only been using it for about 2 weeks. It has really made me focus on how I am feeling & why that is. I'm already seeing a pattern in my mood and am able to attribute it to certain factors and events. You have created a truly wonderful tool - thank you!”

ST, Bedfordshire, UK


“I read the article about you and Moodscope in The Times and was intrigued so I logged onto your website to find out more. I signed up immediately because I think what you are doing is a brilliant idea. I found it very easy to use. I'm now into month 4 with you and really enjoy the graphs and the very useful comments facility. I can't imagine a day without you!! Keeep up the good work: it's really appreciated.”

RR, Hertfordshire, UK


“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


“Just to let you know that I think you are doing such a good job with Moodscope. It is GENIUS! I love your little inspirational letters that come with each reminder to update one's chart. They really do cheer me up in the morning! What a wonderful idea. I really hope it takes off and more and more people join because it is working for me.”

LG, Sussex, 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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