Daily Mood Chart and Emotions chart

Mood and Emotions chart in  now in Doc and Odt  format .
A Mood Chart is a simple tool that people diagnosed with Mood Disorders  such as Bipolar Disorder, Major Depression, Borderline Personality Disorder, and Schizo affective disorder use from time to time, for tracking their symptoms and Affect mood level.

With the K.I.S.S (keep – it- simple-stupid) attitude in mind, a mood chart that can be made to meet any personal symptoms and then taken to to a doctor and therapist.

Why keep a mood chart?
Mood charts can give a consumer and his/her professionals a better idea of the cycling, symptoms and possible triggers of symptoms over a long period of time. Thus a mood chart is a tool for personal awareness and an aid for a doctor who is prescribing treatment.

From my post my post: Charting my Moods Bipolar
That post includes an example of how to fill out a mood chart and a free down loadable simple mood chart in PDF format.

I now have an update of that Mood tracking chart available in ‘.Doc’ format ( readable in in MS Word) and in Open Office Writer format.
Also Available in those formats  is the Daily Emotions Chart for Special Needs Children, previously posted in PDF form with explanation.


Left: Daily mood tracking chart download:

Right: Daily Feelings/Emotion Charts for kids

These downloads are free, to be used as are and are to encourage you to create your own tools as well. Just click on the links above
There are more Downloads on the Charts page.


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.

8 Responses to Daily Mood Chart and Emotions chart

  1. Great tools — thanks for posting, Chris!

    A K.I.S.S. mood chart was one of the ways my psychiatrist and I figured out I have bipolar disorder. They’re invaluable.

    Looks like we have some things in common. I blog about how my mindfulness practice is helping me heal from an eating disorder. I’m having springtime difficulties with hypomania and depression, though, so that’s been more of a focus lately.

    I’m glad I found your blog in the forums.

    • chris says:

      the good thing about mindfulness is its free, although a lot of work and dedication.
      Thanks for your comment.

      As for mood charts, I hope have a simple hourly mood chart posted tomorrow, for people with rapid cycling, or quickly shift moods.

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  5. Thanks for dropping by my blog! I will return to check yours out in more detail. I am afraid to check out my daily mood chart! I just spent 2 hours messing with my internet provider, and having trouble with my router-ha ha!

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