Mental Health Awareness

Mental Health Awareness, breaking news, photos, comments, social media posts on this topic.

  • Mental health: Bella Hadid’s candid Instagram post is an important reminder that mental health journeys are not linear
    People

    Bella Hadid just shared some powerful words on the “rollercoaster” of dealing with anxiety

  • burnout at work
    Careers

    Is our obsession with loving what we do for a living the reason we are all so burnt out?

  • how-to-volunteer-samaritans
    Mental Health

    An honest account of what it takes to become a Samaritans volunteer

Latest Stories

antidepressants highs and lows
Mental Health

3 women describe the highs and lows of taking antidepressants

How antidepressants have affected the relationships, work and social lives of three young women.

Posted by
Amerley Ollennu
Published
Naomi Osaka was left visibly upset in a recent press conference.
Wellbeing

Naomi Osaka being forced to explain her anxiety proves how the media hasn’t learned anything

We still have a long way to go in protecting Black and brown sportswomen’s mental health.

Posted by
Miranda Larbi
Published
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Workouts

“How exercising helped me find new coping mechanisms for my OCD”

How one writer finally found a way of exercising that really gave them peace of mind.

Posted by
Delilah Gray
Published
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Mental Health

A guide to asking for mental health support at work in the most productive way

All the key terms and language you need to know.

Posted by
Caroline Butterwick
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Stacie Swift
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Time to make a rage page to deal with all that pent-up anger and frustration

Stacie Swift on why more women need a rage page and why recording all the things that are difficult to say can be a great outlet to improve your mental health.

Run Talk Run
Wellbeing

Run Talk Run: meet the running club which is putting mental health at the forefront of fitness

Running can be a form of therapy – as Run Talk Run founder Jess knows only too well. The club uses movement to help people open up.

Posted by
Miranda Larbi
Published
Running to stabilise bipolar
Wellbeing

“How running has helped my bipolar feel much more manageable”

It's not a cure or a medicine, but one woman explains how running can have serious benefits for those living with bipolar disorder.

Posted by
Molly Lipson
Published
Woman relaxing on a sofa
Wellbeing

6 ways to relax if you have trouble switching off

Can’t stop thinking about work, the news or other people? Here’s how to get some well deserved down time.

Posted by
Chloe Gray
Published
Laptop glowing in the dark
Careers

“I have major screen exhaustion, what can I do about it?”

In an age of lockdowns, we're spending more time on our devices than ever before. Here, an expert shares the proven ways to combat screen exhaustion.

Posted by
Becca Caddy
Published
A woman reading her phone in bed
Sleep

“Do I have Covid insomnia or am I just struggling to sleep?”

Many of us are finding it hard to nod off right now, but does that mean it's Covid insomnia or something else?

Posted by
Anita Ghosh
Published
Health

Can anxiety stop you getting pregnant? We ask the experts

Researchers explain the relationship between stress and fertility.

Posted by
Natalie Gil
Published
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Christobel Hastings
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“Stella Tennant was a supermodel who showed women the beauty of being different”

A muse of multitudes.

A woman looking at the sky
Life

People are sharing the best mental health advice they’ve received, and it’s seriously powerful

“Just because you can do it all, doesn’t mean you should.”

Posted by
Lauren Geall
Published
Life

Science of happy: 7 small daily habits proven to boost your mood

Get involved in these super-simple rituals to feel a little bit better.

Posted by
Anna Brech
Published
Podcasts

“Nobody Told Me…It’s OK To Feel Sad”

Mental health campaigner Bryony Gordon discusses how she learnt to sit with her feelings.

Posted by
Christobel Hastings
Published
Life

How to process sadness in a healthy way, according to a psychologist

And why it's ok to feel it from Bryony Gordon

In partnership with
Clinique
An illustration of a woman having a panic attack with a pink background
Life

What’s the difference between a panic attack and an anxiety attack?

We asked an expert to explain all.

Posted by
Lauren Geall
Published
Relationships

The important reason why you may take things too personally in arguments

The body's stress response is hard-wired and hypervigilant.

Posted by
Anna Brech
Published
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Izzie Price
Published

This is why intimidating debt letters are so traumatic for women struggling to pay bills

Intimidating letters have caused too much trauma, for far too long.

Mental Health

Kimberley Wilson dispels the common mental health myths that are holding us all back

The psychologist say these misconceptions are confusing the relationship between the brain and the body.

In partnership with
lululemon