The 20 Moodscope cards.

Thursday September 12, 2013

In recent months we've been asked by many of our members if we could give specific advice or tips on how to improve in the areas that adjectives on the cards cover. For example, if, say, someone was feeling 'jittery' today, they'd like to be given specific feedback on things to do to help them relieve those jittery feelings.

We think it's a great idea and know that the best advice will probably come from those who have experienced being jittery and have tried different strategies to combat that feeling - our Moodscope members.

To help focus us all, our brilliant blogger Lex has written a blog on each of the 20 adjectives which we'll be posting on the Moodscope blog over the next few weeks. If you'd like to share any coping strategies, ideas, insights, tips or advice that have worked for you, please let us know and add your thoughts to the comments section for each blog Lex writes.

Lex's first blog will be posted tomorrow morning.

I hope you have a good day.

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