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Would you like to write a blog for Moodscope? Friday June 27, 2014

We've had some great blogs recently from our Moodscope members which have certainly given us all food for thought.

It's heartwarming to see how the Moodscope community has grown and how it seems, whatever troubles each of us is going through, we still have time to help one another.

Well, if you've been thinking about writing a blog, now's your chance. You can write about your experiences, books you've read, therapy you may have had, poems that you like - anything really that may have helped you and could help other members or something that may just make us smile and cheer us all up. Or, you can always ask for advice if you have a particular issue you want to resolve, as Jules did the other day - she received lots of great advice.

Just send your blog to support@moodscope.com and we'll take a look and publish it sometime in the near future. The only thing I would say, is please don't make it too long!

Your blog won't just appear on the web site and Moodscope blogger site, it will also be sent out to thousands of our members in our daily email reminder.

So what are you waiting for?

Caroline Ashcroft
Moodscope


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