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July

Q and A

Friday July 29, 2022


If you have read any of my blogs over the years or recently you would know I like asking questions. I have written blogs about Can one ask too many questions and a blog about Why. I have also written about the importance of being curious and seeking information. At the end of my blogs, I ask questions to encourage discussions and seek information from the wonderful Moodscope community.

Today I am thinking of doing something different by giving Moodscopers a chance to ask me and others a question. At first, I thought I would turn the tables and just answer questions, but I thought that maybe a bit self-indulgent, but I welcome any questions to me.
The idea  is we have a Q and A session (Question and Answer) online where someone poses a serious question, a simple question, a fun question - whatever is on your mind, or you can ask more than one question.

Anyone can answer any question. 

It maybe not posed as a question but like this. “I wonder why whenever I lose a beanie, gloves, a hat, etc. it is always my best one or my favourite one. I rarely lose something that is falling apart.”

So, let’s have some fun, learn more about each other or ask me or the community something you have wanted to find out. If you are new to Moodscope you may have questions you would like to ask.

Or maybe you have been a member for years and have always been curious about something in life to do with mental health or anything.

What is your question?

Leah
A Moodscope member.

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


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