Mental Health

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    A 93-year-old psychologist’s brilliant advice for looking after yourself

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    “Returning to London for the first time in 7 months was more stressful than I ever expected”

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    How to take care of your mental health while you’re looking for work

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Your commute could be the equivalent of a marathon every fortnight
Mental Health

“I started ‘fake commuting’ to work every day – and I think everyone should try it”

One Londoner has started ‘fake commuting’ to work every day, even though she is working from home, and it's had a surprising effect on her mood

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Katy Harrington
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A woman deep breathing
Mental Health

This simple self-care technique could reduce your stress levels in under 5 minutes

Welcome to the wonderful world of controlled breathing.

Posted by
Lauren Geall
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An angry woman
Mental Health

Feeling angry? Here's how to cope with frustration during the pandemic

And no, venting isn’t always the answer.

Posted by
Lauren Geall
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Stress and anxiety: why you need to start treating your mind like a sink
Mental Health

Why you need to start treating your mind like a sink

Look this way if you’ve recently found yourself feeling more stressed or anxious than usual…

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Kayleigh Dray
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Kimi Chaddah
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Frustrated and overwhelmed by the ever-changing Covid situation? You’re not alone

“The emotional load of the last 6 months is starting to take it's toll”

A woman experiencing SAD while working from home
Mental Health

How to manage SAD if working from home during autumn is making it worse

As the days get darker and we spend even less time outside, we’re at greater risk of developing so-called “winter depression”.

Posted by
Lauren Geall
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A woman looking lonely
Mental Health

How to let go of guilt once and for all

Feeling guilty is awful, but how can you get over it? Here, an expert helps us to navigate and overcome this difficult emotion.

Posted by
Dr Jan McGregor Hepburn
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A woman relaxing at home
Mental Health

Why “microbreaks” could be the key to reducing stress while WFH

It’s time to make short, regular breaks part of your working from home routine.

Posted by
Lauren Geall
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Fearne-Cotton
Mental Health

Fearne Cotton shares her top mental health podcasts and Instagram accounts

The Happy Place podcaster is marking World Mental Health Day.

Posted by
Hollie Richardson
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A woman working from home
Mental Health

Why it’s time to make mental health breaks part of your daily working routine

Introducing Stylist’s Work It Out campaign – our new initiative to help you look after your mental health while you’re working from home.

Posted by
Lauren Geall
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Coronavirus UK: Understanding the 3 different reactions to the rise in Covid-19 cases
Mental Health

Understanding the 3 different reactions to the rise in Covid-19 cases

It’s important to figure out how this is impacting you as a human being, says psychotherapist Ruairi Stewart.

Posted by
Kayleigh Dray
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Lauren Geall
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Has working from home left you working longer hours? Here’s how to get things under control

The average UK worker has put in an extra 59 hours over the last five months.

Fearne Cotton
Mental Health

Fearne Cotton has this tip for anyone trying to reach a “mental utopia”

Ever feel bad about yourself after seeing “perfect” Instagram selfies?

Posted by
Hollie Richardson
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A student at a UK university
Mental Health

“I’m isolating in halls with people I barely know”: how it feels to be a student right now

UK universities were already facing a mental health crisis – the coronavirus pandemic has the potential to make things worse.

Posted by
Lauren Geall
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A confused woman
Mental Health

“Why am I so quick to assume what other people think of me?”

Do you often interpret other people’s behaviours as signs they’re upset or angry with you? This could explain why.

Posted by
Lauren Geall
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Coronavirus lockdown: 7 things I really hope we remember when this is all over
Mental Health

7 vital life lessons we learned during our 100 days of lockdown

The coronavirus lockdown has taught us some invaluable life lessons, including how much we have, how little we need, and the value of human contact.

Posted by
Kayleigh Dray
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