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Do you have a story to tell? Saturday July 15, 2017

Moodscope is currently looking for members who would like to write a blog for the Moodscope web site.

If you have a story to tell, some advice to give or an experience to share, start writing! Please send your contribution to

We don't have many rules, but we do ask that your blog is 500 words or less and we prefer to steer clear of political or religious blogs.

If you have an idea and are not sure whether it's suitable, just ask us to take a look and we'll let you know.

All contributions will be reviewed and may be edited if necessary before publishing.

We'll let you know when we're sending your blog out so that you can reply to member's comments if you wish.

Time to start writing…

Kind regards.

Caroline Ashcroft
The Moodscope Team

Thoughts on the above or any questions? Please feel free to post a comment below.

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David Sat, Jul 15th 2017 @ 8:20am

I WILL REPLY SOON. I want to show how Moodscope has changed my life with all the wonderful contributors and commentators. Writing a book called SIMPLY THE BEST AND THE BEST IS YET TO COME at the moment. A biography of my life in Public Service at Westminster City Council and with the Intelligence Services for the Ministry of Defense around the World.

Jane SG Sat, Jul 15th 2017 @ 9:15am

Sounds really interesting David. Love the title

Caroline the Moodscope Team Sat, Jul 15th 2017 @ 11:30pm

Hi David, looking forward to hearing from you and so pleased that Moodscope has helped you!

Jul Sat, Jul 15th 2017 @ 4:13pm

Hi Caroline.I am in France right now and only just managed to log on as I had forgotten my password. I have been reading all the blogs though and do hope you receive more as a result of yours today. I must write one!! Jul xx

Caroline the Moodscope Team Sat, Jul 15th 2017 @ 11:32pm

Hi Jul, just enjoy your holidays. I've received a few so far, but it's early days. You must write one - you're a good writer - but when you get back. Carolinex

David Sat, Jul 15th 2017 @ 4:35pm

I hope your call Caroline is answered by more Moodscopers.

Caroline the Moodscope Team Sat, Jul 15th 2017 @ 11:32pm

Thank you David, so far so good!

the room above the garage Sat, Jul 15th 2017 @ 6:11pm

Hello all, first I want to say hi and sorry not to have commented at all lately. I'm away from
home and had enough internet connection to read but not enough to allow me to reply! There have been some marvellous ones and my heart goes out to the lady whose son was self harming. If you are still readin, I'm sending love. Second, I have been patchy with my contributions and intend to rectify that as soon as able. However, writing a blog on here is good for so many reasons. It not only helps others (even in a tiny, tiny way can mean a huge something to someone) but it also helps the writer. To put out close, personal thoughts, can be cathartic and help bring order to a spinning mind and when you hear that you have lifted someone a little or just made a connection in any small way, the boost is worth bottling. Personally I like writing to my less experienced self, it never lets me down. Do it. The bravery it requires pales into insignificance once you've leapt. Much love from the room xxx

David Sat, Jul 15th 2017 @ 11:00pm

I agree wholeheartedly.

Caroline the Moodscope Team Sat, Jul 15th 2017 @ 11:34pm

Thanks RATG for your helpful contribution encouraging others to write and thank you for all your blogs - we love them. Carolinex

S Sun, Jul 16th 2017 @ 7:31pm

I do, maybe, if I'm permitted freedom of speech.

S Sun, Jul 16th 2017 @ 7:49pm

Elaboration: I carry a unique viewpoint, especially regarding support, understanding and infrastructure that exists, being a self-aware BPD sufferer. I wouldn't want to upset anyone who has been adversely affected by this disorder. Shedding some light may be universally beneficial towards understanding of Type II personality disorders. It's a poem, and I could cut it to the word limit.

Caroline the Moodscope Team Sun, Jul 16th 2017 @ 8:17pm

Hi S, if you have a poem you've written, we'd love to see it. Would you mind if we decide if we feel it's right for the Moodscope blog? Kind regards. Caroline

S Sun, Jul 16th 2017 @ 8:33pm

Understandable. I'll mail it later on :)

Caroline the Moodscope Team Sun, Jul 16th 2017 @ 10:05pm

Great, thanks S. Caroline

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