Mental Health

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Latest Stories

Emotional Triggers
Life

This clever graphic will help you to identify your emotional triggers in relationships

And why understanding your triggers is more important than you may have thought.

Posted by
Lauren Geall
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Long Reads

“Sleep hits you like a truck, anytime, anywhere”: what it’s really like to live with narcolepsy

From napping on toilet floors to crashing out in meetings, one woman with narcolepsy and cataplexy shares her story.

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Katie Antoniou
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Long Reads

How to talk to your manager about your mental health in the workplace

46% of us lie to our managers about our mental health. Let's make this difficult conversation easier

Posted by
Sarah Biddlecombe
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Digital detox on holiday
Life

Planning a holiday digital detox? This is the emotional journey you’ll go through

Brace yourselves...

Posted by
Hollie Richardson
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Moya Crockett
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Here's how to support a friend with an anxiety disorder

Empathise, encourage, and never take it personally.

august anxiety
Life

Already mourning summer? It might be a case of August anxiety

We’ve all been struck by summertime sadness.

Posted by
Holly Bullock
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Best self-care subscription boxes
Kindfulness

The best health and wellbeing subscription boxes for self-care

Treat yourself to a little monthly day-brightener

Posted by
Megan Murray
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Aisling Bea
People

Exclusive: Aisling Bea talks insomnia, nervous breakdowns and This Way Up

“We’re such complex, messy little bags of meat,” says Aisling Bea, as she sits down with Stylist to talk about her and Sharon Horgan’s new sitcom.

Posted by
Helen Bownass
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Long Reads

16 women on why self-care is so important to them

It's about so much more than bubble baths

Posted by
Sarah Biddlecombe
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Long Reads

7 practical ways to support a loved one who is grieving

From helping with paperwork to preparing food, these simple gestures will show how much you care.

Posted by
Amy Swales
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Matt Haig
People

Matt Haig has this message for people suggesting he “beat” mental health problems to be successful

“You can have issues and do stuff.”

Posted by
Lauren Geall
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Stylist Team
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When should you take time off work for your mental health?

Because it’s okay to take the day off to refresh your brain.

the handmaids tale
Long Reads

“Watching TV can soothe my anxiety – just don’t make me watch The Handmaid’s Tale”

Poorna Bell found watching The Handmaid’s Tale only served to increase her anxiety. But happily, there are other shows that have the opposite effect...

Posted by
Poorna Bell
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August books roundup
Books

The 10 new books you need for your August summer holiday

Charge up your holiday reading with August's best new fiction and non-fiction releases.

Posted by
Francesca Brown
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Fearne Cotton
People

Fearne Cotton reveals reality of living with debilitating panic attacks

Her first panic attack left her unable to drive and terrified about what was happening

Posted by
Kayleigh Dray
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dad daughter
Long Reads

“This is how it really feels to be the daughter of an alcoholic”

It is important to speak about alcoholism because it stops it from being a dark and shameful secret, says author Jessica Andrews.

Posted by
Jessica Andrews
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People

How Sofie Hagen turned her traumatic experiences into comedy success

The comedian talks body positivity, sympathising with trolls and learning to love herself.

Posted by
Sarah Pyper
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Beauty

“I’ve been pulling my hair out for over a decade – here’s what made me stop”

You're not the only one suffering.

Posted by
Ava Welsing-Kitcher
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Christobel Hastings
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Poldark screenwriter on how her experience with postnatal depression helped inspire the show

“After the birth of my first child, it didn’t occur to me to talk about the permanent ‘fog’ I felt I was wading through.”

Robin Williams
People

Robin Williams’ children want to teach everyone how to support someone struggling with mental illnes

Almost five years after the actor’s death, his son has spoken about the “helplessness” he felt watching his father suffer.

Posted by
Hannah-Rose Yee
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