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Would you like to write a blog for Moodscope? Saturday January 21, 2017

We've had some great blogs recently from our Moodscope members which have certainly given us all food for thought and encouraged more and more people from the Moodscope community to comment and contribute which makes each topic even more interesting.

If you haven't visited the blog on the web site yet, please take a look when you have time. Everyone there wants to help and provide support to others. It's a wonderful, safe place to discuss any problems or issues you may have. Sometimes, it's just good to know that you're not the only one who may be suffering.

We're now looking for more people to write for Moodscope. You can write about your experiences, therapies/strategies that have helped you, books you've read, music that lifts your spirits, poems that you like - anything really that might uplift or inspire our other members. It should be around 350 words if possible.

Just send your blog to for our editorial team to take a look at.

We look forward to reading them and sharing them with our members.

Kind regards.

The Moodscope Team

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

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the room above the garage Sat, Jan 21st 2017 @ 11:11am

I'd love to! :-)
Been very laid low physically with a virus for more than two weeks...nasty! But its receding slowly. And I hope to be back on blogs as soon as. Love to everyone reading today, try to find a little nugget of time to contemplate what makes you feel good. I find frequent trips to the toilet give me this space and peace :-D Only beautiful toilets need apply!

Jul Sat, Jan 21st 2017 @ 12:47pm

Hello ratg. I know you haven't been well. Me neither. I've been ill for four weeks but much better now. I had that coughing bug which contributed to the NHS crisis!! I thought I was going to die but my GP reassured me yesterday that you can't die from this particular infection. I can't remember feeling so ill though. I hope you get better soon. It leaves you feeling quite fed up and dare I say it, depressed but suddenly one day, you will feel better and suddenly notice how much livelier you are. Keep warm. Love Julxx

Jul Sat, Jan 21st 2017 @ 12:50pm

It's been fun recently reading blogs from new people as well as regulars, Lex. Mary ratg. Leah etc. I really liked your blog, Frank from the quayside and yours was touching yesterday Jayne. Both very different styles of writing but both good to read. And helpful. I will try to write something soon. Julxx

The Gardener Sat, Jan 21st 2017 @ 5:51pm

Where IS everybody - all got flu? Are you all (UK residents) adding to the crisis we hear about over here in France? Bear, come out of that tree. HO, are you somewhere exotic? I've never been more in need of a joke. Mr G, who does not appear aware of anything, picks up every disaster (and there are plenty) on news announcements, and tells me, seemingly, with satisfaction, as if I have not enough to go on with at the moment, without Brexit, Trump, La Le Pen, coach crashes, avalanches - freezing conditions here. I've been ill for four days (predicted by Doctor) - only indigestion, but deprived of sleep, siesta, light, conversation, and lack of appetite job to find any joie de vivre. I think I replied to a kind message from TF yesterday - if you admit to an illness, however minor, panic sets in, and the 'limpet' syndrome is worse than ever. And, echoing Jul, the range of blogs recently has been most stimulating - mostly to my fingers on the keyboard.

Paul Sat, Jan 21st 2017 @ 8:51pm

I too was wondering where everyone is, also I miss the jokes that hopefull one puts on as it cheers me up. In view of his absence I will put on a topical joke I heard today. Here goes

Did you realize that if someone tried to shoot Donald Trump his bodyguards would have to shout
Donald Duck.


John Mon, Jan 23rd 2017 @ 10:13am

love it!

Caroline Ashcroft Moodscope Sun, Jan 22nd 2017 @ 1:49am

Well done Paul. Ha ha, that made me smile. Thanks.

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