Mental Health

Joe Wicks may be known to millions now, but he’s had to work tirelessly to get where he is today. So, who could be better than the nation’s favourite PE teacher to share tips on managing your motivation, and watching out for your wellbeing along the way? Say “The Body Coach” to almost anyone, and
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Discover the signs and signals that a friendship has turned toxic Good friends support our most audacious dreams and empower us to be the best version of ourselves. However, the truth is, many of us are walking around clinging to unhealthy friendships. We have a hardwired fear system built into us which often causes us
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Go on a journey with these five bite-sized servings of meal inspiration It’s a sense that has the power to completely transport us to another time and place, but how much are you utilising your tastebuds for your wellbeing? “The relationship we have between food and our emotions starts when we are infants, and continues
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Skin, lead singer of Skunk Anansie, DJ and author of It Takes Blood and Guts, joins Happiful’s podcast to talk about her memoir and blazing a phenomenal trail throughout her life to date Skin is sitting in her New York home when we speak for Happiful’s podcast I am. I have. It’s mid-morning in the
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Whether it’s with a partner, colleague, friend, or family member, we get some expert insight into managing arguments, communicating in the throes of passion, and discovering your ‘conflict style’ Like it or not – and, let’s be honest, most of the time we don’t – conflict and arguments come hand-in-hand with relationships. That’s not to
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Let your mum know how much she means to you, with these thoughtful, sustainable gifts for Mother’s Day After the year that we’ve all had, many of us have a newfound appreciation for our families. With long-awaited reunions looming on the horizons, make this Mother’s Day one to remember with our pick of sustainable, thoughtful
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The rates of self-harm are rising, and while asking for help is often the first step to feeling better, it’s a topic we struggle to talk about. Today, Samaritans are calling on the government to prioritise support for people who self-harm We want to talk about self-harm. We know people struggle to talk about self-harm,
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Adrienne Herbert, host of the acclaimed podcast ‘Power Hour’ and now author of a book of the same name, shares the simple change to your routine that could transform your whole day. Adrienne’s voice is so familiar to me that when we first speak I have to remind myself that we haven’t actually met before.
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Formal exams have been cancelled in favour of teacher-led assessments The coronavirus pandemic has impacted the education system in a big way, with various attempts made by the government to soften the blow to those taking exams. Last year, the approach was described by many as chaotic as a controversial algorithm was initially used to
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The author, entertainment entrepreneur, and life coach opens up about her memoir – Falling Love Notes – her experience with grief, misconceptions about being an adoptee, and why she wants to reach others with her story Hi Samantha! What inspired you to tell your story with Falling Love Notes? I’ve always wanted to share my
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Dozens of mental health hubs are being set up across England to help traumatised NHS staff struggling with their mental health, after treating patients in the COVID-19 pandemic NHS personnel are encouraged to ring one of the new hubs if they are struggling and will receive advice and referral support from psychologists, therapists, recovery workers
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With help from a decluttering expert, we explore tips for tackling mess when you’re going through a difficult time When we’re going through periods of low mood and depression, it can be easy to let clutter build up in our homes to the point where it becomes overwhelming. As our motivation wavers and things start
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Encourage your own happiness and growth this March. Explore ways of overcoming personal challenges, and be inspired to nurture your own mental wellbeing 1. Page-turners All On The Board: Inspirational quotes from the TfL underground duo What began as just two Transport for London employees who wanted to brighten up a ‘Keep Right’ sign with
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Award-winning entrepreneur Leanne Pero has been working solidly for the past 20 years while also living with the aftermath of cancer and childhood abuse. Here, she shares how burnout signalled to her that it was time to stop, re-evaluate, and start prioritising her own mental health Leanne Pero is an award-winning entrepreneur, founder of Black
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Covid-19 has brought with it both direct and indirect traumas. Here, with the help of a psychotherapist, we explore how you can begin to process, validate, and heal from this experience Something truly transformational has happened over the last 12 months. In the first lockdown, many of us were forced to stop. And in doing
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