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Would you like to write a blog for Moodscope? Sunday March 29, 2015

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 might uplift or inspire our other members. It should be around 300 words.

Just send your blog to support@moodscope.com for our editorial team to take a look at.

Caroline, Adrian and Stephen
The Moodscope Team


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Comments

The Entertrainer Sun, Mar 29th 2015 @ 6:29pm

I find writing a regular blog a massively therapeutic 'discipline' and it is never a burden. I suggest as many of us as possible have a go. Really sharpens one's thinking.

Anonymous Mon, Mar 30th 2015 @ 7:15pm

I agree that it is therapeutic. I almost wrote a blog on that recently after struggling to write for a few weeks. It is also very good for everybody here to hear others struggles, successes, ideas, methods. Nobody has The answer but everyone has a jigsaw piece.

Anonymous Mon, Mar 30th 2015 @ 7:16pm

^ that was me, ratg.

Anonymous Mon, Mar 30th 2015 @ 7:17pm

^ it's me, ratg.

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