Fed up with hearing Happy New Year?

1 Jan 2015

Well, no Happy New Year from Moodscope, just a message to wish you and all our other Moodscope members around the world, well in 2015.

We're also not going to talk about New Year resolutions - if they are helpful to you, you'll have already planned them and if not, you don't want to be told by us that you should make some!

One thing we will talk about though is how important it is take your Moodscope test every day or at least 3 times a week and how it could make you feel so much better.

The more often you take it, the more information you have to help you or your therapist/doctor understand your ups and downs and to deal with them.

Also, our research shows that having a Moodscope buddy can help your scores rise. It seems to help many members, just knowing that they've got someone looking out for them.

There's also the Moodscope community - a very friendly bunch who gain help, advice and reassurance from each other. Do take a look when you have a minute, there are some great blogs and they're written by our members for our members.

So what are you waiting for...go and take your test, get that buddy you've been thinking about asking and once you've done that, join in the conversation on our blog today - even if it's just to say hello.

Let's see how many people take the test today, how many invite new buddies and how many join in on the blog. See if we can break some records. We'll report back and let you know if we do. It's all in a good cause - to help you get better.

Last but not least, we would like to thank all of the people who subscribe to Moodscope Essential and Moodscope Plus as it really does allow us to continue and to offer Moodscope Lite free to those who can't afford it.

Good luck and best wishes for 2015.

Kind regards.

Caroline, Adrian and Stephen.

The Moodscope Team.

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