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Heya. How are you?

To help us help you best, please rate your mood below on a scale from -2 (extremely down / at risk) to 2 (extremely happy).

That good? Great!

Well, someone's in a good mood - well done! Now, I wonder what it is that has you so cheerful? ... And so will you when next you're feeling low.

We won't sugarcoat it; now's the time to prepare for those times that you're feeling really down. How about writing something in the box below, to look back on when you need it most?

Great to hear!

When you can identify that you're happy, that's a good thing, and it really does make living worth it, don't you agree?

Of course, we aren't going to force you to write anything, but we really encourage it: how about you write something good about life, yourself, or anything, whilst you're feeling upbeat? It really helps later on!

Feeling neutral can be good

When you suffer from a mental condition - or even if you don't! - it's important to look at what's good about how you are. There's always something good to think about; and if you can't find anything, it might just be really difficult to see.

For example, you're currently feeling 'neutral' (or as some would say, 'a bit meh'), which is actually great for you! You're not feeling worthless; you're not feeling tearful; you're not feeling helpless. You're feeling alright.

After all, that's what neutral really means. You're feeling alright, even if it might be difficult for you to see that, or surprising to see it that way, but it's true.

When you face the light, shadow is behind you.
      - Metanoia

Damn...

What you're going through is tough, it really is. Whilst we can't claim to know fully how it is (since we aren't in your particular situation), many of we who use and even those who develop Eos suffer from similar issues; we want to be there for you.

Whatever you're going through, the Eos community stands with you. The way forward, as is so often the case with these pesky mental conditions, is to push through and come out on the other side.

Distract yourself: play video games; read a book; talk to a friend or someone you love. Just don't sit there wallowing, as dwelling only makes it worse.

Trust us: if you do something, you'll feel so much better. It might take time, patience, and self-care, but we believe in you: you can pull through this.

Just breathe.

Right now, you're in a difficult state. What you're going through, the thoughts that are racing through your mind - it's incomprehensible. We've been there. But this state is amplified by fear, terror, and panic; so you need to breathe.

There are a variety of helpful breathing methods, some of which you might have been told by friends or family in a similar situation, including the NHS breathing exercise. Try one now, if you can; it might help.

Furthermore, you should really consider reaching out to someone. We're here for you, but some people may find it more beneficial to speak to a friend, family member, or contact the Samaritans.

Really, the goal you should have right now is simple: distract yourself. Be that by playing video games, or trying one of the amazing recommendations from psychiatrists.

If you're feeling really suicidal still, please read this first.

Chat with someone

Whether you need help right now, or even if you're feeling fine, there are countless other users who may be in need of help and want to chat. So, why don't you spin up a chat with one of them, so that you can help someone else to help yourself.

You need not worry about being recognised; chatting is completely anonymous, and we aren't going to watch over your chatter: your business is your business.

You are, of course, entitled to end the chat whenever you want to. If something makes you uncomfortable, just tell us (by pressing "I'm uncomfortable" on the message that concerns you) and we'll terminate the chat and investigate further. Your mental health is our priority, and we believe that by working together, we can help to heal broken wounds.

From our experience, good conversations tend to follow some key guidelines (though these aren't rules, remember!):



We use some Google-powered AI to help with moderation and keep chats safe for both parties. Don't worry about it; no messages will be prevented from reaching, it'll just alert you when a message is likely to upset the other party, so you can check if what you wrote is what you meant. You don't need to worry if what you said is what you meant; it's probably a false positive and means nothing.

Your tracker

Mood by year

All time in months

This graph is an average mood based on all occurrences of a month. That is, all entries for a month - regardless of year - are averaged to form this graph.

All time in days

This graph is an average mood based on all occurrences of a day. That is, all entries for a day - regardless of week, month, or year - are averaged to form this graph.

Hey there, welcome!

This is the Eos online chat service. Don't worry! It's not required or anything: it's a bonus extra tool for you to use that you might find useful. Ultimately, the goal here is simple: two people with probably similar difficulties chat to each other for a bit, helping each other out in the process! Sounds great, yeah?

To get started is simple: just click the big "get chatting" button below, and we'll pair you up with someone - on a first come, first serve basis. To protect your - and their - identities, neither of you see the other person's name, email address, user ID, or any other information we have on you: just the messages as you send them.

Also, as a heads up: we know that some people aren't cool on the net. To help defend against this, we employ some technology provided by Google to help recognise potentially harmful messages. If your message is falsely flagged, don't worry about it! Just verify that it isn't offensive and we'll let it through. It's worth mentioning here that should you send an offensive message, the other user has every right and ability to report the conversation: we'll look at a transcript of the discussion (along with information on any messages caught by the filter) and decide our next move in accordance with our Confidentiality Agreement... But let's hope it never comes to that, yeah?

Phew, now that's out of the way... Let's get to chatting!

Chat closed.

Hey there! Thanks for chatting through Eos! Sadly, either you or the other person have decided to end the chat for whatever reason; maybe they had things to do now, a lesson or something, or they decided they needed to try other tactics to help themselves. Either way, it's not the end!

If you want to continue chatting with someone, just hit the button below and we'll get you straight back in the queue!

Oh... This account's been banned.

Hey, we're sorry to have to say this, but as a result of a reported discussion between you and another user of the service, one of our administrators found your account to be in violation of the Eos Terms of Service.

Unfortunately, this means that we've been forced to limit the functionality of this account: you are no longer permitted to take part in online chat functionality. However, the rest of the application (mood tracking and automatic progress reports) are still available!

Sorry for any inconvenience, and we thank you for using Eos.

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User Full Report

Here, you can see the current data we have on file regarding your mood, including the last 20 negative comments, and the last 5 of each of your neutral and positive comments, that you've entered. Also included is a comprehensive view of the graphs we've generated for your mood scores (up to, at most, this year and the previous year).

This information is hoped to assist you and any mental health professionals who may be aiding you with evaluating your progress, and to consolidate the information into a single page.

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Average moods

Mood by year

All time in months

This graph is an average mood based on all occurrences of a month. That is, all entries for a month - regardless of year - are averaged to form this graph.

All time in days

This graph is an average mood based on all occurrences of a day. That is, all entries for a day - regardless of week, month, or year - are averaged to form this graph.

Oh, bugger!

Unfortunately, it appears that we've hit quite the snag. If you feel like it, could you be so kind as to email dh64784@gmail.com with some information about what happened (what you were doing to cause this message to appear) and the error dump displayed below?

Please be sure to check back later to see if it's fixed! :>

Failed to connect to WebSocket server.