Mood tracking Charts on Scribd

A mood chart is a simple tool for someone who has been diagnosed with a mood disorder :
( Bipolar Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, Schizo Effective  Disorder, etc)

to use to track their mood fluctuation, as well  stress, sleep and symptoms…
over a  period of time.  The purpose of  tracking with a mood chart is to gain greater awareness of the disorders symptoms and to be able to share with health care providers, doctors and therapist.

1. Simple Mood Chart

previously I posted about tracking my moods with a mood chart with my post:
Pennsylvania Echoes::Charting my Moods (bipolar)

Now with Scribd I have a better visual tool to show what a simple bipolar moot tracking chart looks like, as well as distribute:

You may still Download  a copy of  the simple bipolar disorder chart in
PDF format (Readable with Adobe Reader, Foxit, etc.)
Its free. click on the link below:

daily-mood-chart-for-bipd1
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2. Mood Disorder Management Chart

the following mood  track chart is very  detailed and would be very tedious to fill out.
The intended  purpose is to demonstrate how many different details one can use in creating their own personal chart.
the origional post this chart was published was:
Pennsylvania Echoes ::  Mood Disorder Management
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You may still Download a copy of the disorder manage ment chart in
PDF format (Readable with Adobe Reader, Foxit, etc.)
Its free. click on the link below:

mood-disorder-management-chart

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enjoy  :)

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About chris
I write because I'm not good at it. I share because, writing without sharing seems empty. Thus, I write and share what I think is meaningful.

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