Our February edition of Happiful Magazine has landed and this month we’re bringing you a thought-provoking mix of features, including:
- Love Island star Kem Cetinay on anxiety, PTSD, and how the love of his family is helping him through it
- A look at eating disorders in the LGBT+ community
- Author and vlogger Hannah Witton busts some myths on life with a stoma
- With anxiety in children on the rise, could classroom yoga be the key to better MH?
- Matilda child-star Mara Wilson on OCD, and breaking up with Hollywood
- Learn about Time to Change, the global movement transforming the way we talk about mental health
Start 2019 on the right foot with our January issue. This month we’re bringing you an immersive range of features including:
– Dame Kelly Holmes on anxiety, depression, self-harm and understanding the mental health pressures on athletes
– With the loneliness epidemic on the rise, could a refreshed sense of community spirit be the cure?
– Tracy Beaker author, Jacqueline Wilson, on tackling tough topics in children’s fiction
– What happens when you have too much of a good thing and healthy goes too far?
– JOMO: the wellbeing phenomenon we all need in 2019
– Food writer and activist Jack Monroe shares how cooking has become her therapy
Deck the halls – December issue of Happiful is here! This month, we're bringing you an inspiring collection of features:
– Loose Women panellist Stacey Solomon chats about anxiety, self-esteem and standing up for what you believe in
– Give your loved ones something memorable this year with our winter gift guide – Will you take up the challenge to run every day in January?
– Boxing legend Frank Bruno on his mental health journey
– Star of Strictly, Karen Clifton opens up about the pressure of the glitterball
– Mind: A closer look at one of the UK’s largest MH charities and the people who make it
November issue of Happiful magazine is here! And so is the colder weather, so get comfortable, make yourself a cuppa and settle down as we bring you an invigorating range of features including: – Mental health activists Jonny Benjamin and Neil Laybourn, driving the discussion on suicide prevention and men’s mental health – A look at the science behind positive psychology and how it could change your life – Walking as therapy with Kate Humble, and why we should all make time for mindfulness – The cyberbullying crisis and what we can do to stamp it out – Read the story behind Movember, the charity asking you to grow a mo to save a bro this November – Midwife, mother, author and influencer Clemmie Hooper chats about the realities of motherhood and talking MH with kids – Mental health hero Hussain Manawer shares his story, and explains why it’s essential we continue to talk openly about mental health.
October issue of Happiful is here! So sit back and get cosy as this month we bring you an uplifting range of features including: – Chidera Eggerue: known as The Slumflower to her more than 220,000 social media followers, the founder of #saggyboobsmatter chats body confidence and the power of “choosing yourself” – Blogger Estée Lalonde pens a personal piece on her journey to thriving alone
– Exploring the science behind positive affirmations and the incredible ways they can empower us
– Izzy Wheels: the diasbilty fashion brand championing the freedom to express yourself
– In a candid chat with the founder of Deliciously Ella, we take a look at love and life lessons with Ella Mills
– Why you should wear yellow for the YoungMinds charity on 10 October
September issue of Happiful magazine is here, and this month we're asking the question: "What are you doing for others?" So sit back, grab a cuppa and flick through an inspiring mix of features including:
– Lucy Watson on her life-long relationship with counselling, and bringing veganism to the masses
– The truth about Hypnotherapy: what really goes on in the therapy room?
– Managing mental health and learning to leave a role on the stage with Dreamgirls’ Moya Angela
– An expert guide to spotting the signs of Passive Aggression
–Learn how to eat healthy without breaking the bank with Dale Pinnock
– Our 10-step guide to going Cruelty Free
– How Lady Gaga put the ‘pokerface’ to one side and started talking MH
Our August issue of Happiful magazine is here, so what better excuse is there to take a break and relax in this glorious heatwave? Time to grab yourself something ice-cold to quench that thirst, and treat your mind to some TLC by having a read of our latest edition.
This month we’ve got an exciting mix of features including:
– A candid chat with Strictly star and radio host Gemma Atkinson about conquering body-shaming trolls and finding therapy at the gym
– Our essential summer reads to keep you entertained and benefit your mind this summer
– Five-time Oscar nominee Amy Adams on addressing her anxieties and empowering women
– A closer look at the invaluable work of the Mental Health Foundation
– Yoga Quota: the charity making the mindful practice accessible to all who need it
– Healing anxiety and finding body-confidence with Chloe Madeley
Our July issue is here, and this month we're all about embracing who you really are. To inspire you to do just that, we've packed the mag with a range of exciting features including: – Journalist and mental health advocate Bryony Gordon on sobriety and learning to love the skin she's in – Knit for Peace: the charity changing the world one stitch at a time – Tackling "taboobs" with Invisible Cabaret, the troupe exploring MH through burlesque – Vlogger Angela Cox shares how she said 'enough' to the things holding her back – Six real-life stories to inspire you to embrace your true self – Actor and blogger Carrie Hope Fletcher talks responsibility online and finding that all-important work-life balance
Summer is right around the corner, so it’s time for our June issue! This month we’ve got an uplifting collection of features including:
– Love Island star Olivia Buckland shares her ongoing battle with anxiety, and finding her fairytale ending with fiancé Alex Bowen
– After a lifetime of anxiety, Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills has found his own therapy; taking comfort in being pushed out of his comfort zone
– How to put procrastination in the past – get proactive with your to-do list, today!
– Discover the training revolutionising workplaces: Mental Health First Aid
– Tune in to what the music industry is doing to support musicians’ mental health
This month we’ve got an invigorating mix of features including:
– Giovanna Fletcher on motherhood and supporting each other to love the skin we’re in – Denise Welch celebrates her 60th by penning a letter to her 16-year-old self – Adopt don’t shop with Pete Wicks and his four-legged friend, Eric – Dr Hazel Wallace, aka The Food Medic, on mindful eating – CEO of the West London Mental Health Trust on LGBT+ rights and Broadmoor Hospital’s future – The music merchandise company that donates 50% of its profits to Mind
This month we’ve got an uplifting mix of features including:
- Alexandra Burke: the Strictly star speaks grief, anxiety, and moving on in an intimate interview - CEO of Mind, Paul Farmer on the mental health agenda - The Big ‘O’ and its health and wellbeing benefits - An in-depth look at adolescent mental health - The “Mother of all Challenges” for Sport Relief - The power of movement and empathy runs
We asked Juno Dawson, the award-winning author and star of ITV's Transformation Street, what the press could do to support the trans movement. She replied, “Let us speak for ourselves.”
So that's what we did.
This issue includes an exclusive interview with Juno on embracing her true self. Also: - The ultimate guide to massage - Setting the agenda for talking about MH with Alastair Campbell - Charity MQ on why research into mental health matters - Five inspiring tech innovations making the world a better place
In aid of Valentine’s Day, we’ve got love on the brain – namely the importance of self-care, self-love and empowerment. Our features include: · Callie Thorpe, the BoPo blogger on reshaping the way society views plus-size and the secret to her self-confidence · Dancing on Ice star Jake Quickenden shares his family grief and being inspired to live each day to the fullest · Our comedy special asks stand-up performers whether mental health can be a laughing matter · We follow three people in their pursuit of happiness: transforming their careers to make their passions pay-off · Social enterprise Change Please who are changing the lives of homeless people, and all we have to do is buy a cup of coffee · A guide to navigating a mental health doctor’s appointment – from someone who’s experienced them first-hand!
It’s time to say your final goodbyes to 2017 because your January issue of Happiful magazine is here! This month we’ve got an invigorating collection of features including:
Anna Richardson, the daring TV presenter on mental illness and therapy for the masses Fifty mental health myths debunked Childline founder Esther Rantzen on the loneliness epidemic How to take care of your mental health in a cash flow crisis Jasmine Hemsley on fine-tuning the body and mind Join Happiful’s 90 day challenge and achieve your goals
This month we have an inspiring mix of features including: - Louise Thompson, the Chelsea girl who turned her life around and found a brighter future - Twenty of the greatest mental health songs - Musician and YouTuber Dodie Clark on her lesser-known mental illness - Our guide to a stress free Christmas - The Flying Seagull Project, the charity putting a smile on the faces of refugee children - Insight into what really happens in couples therapy
This month we have 100 pages devoted to mental health and wellbeing, with features including:
– Katie Piper, the acid attack survivor pioneering a positive new world – Bake off’s Prue Leith talking recipes and relationships – Amy Winehouse’s legacy living on – Blogger Emma Blackery on battling her demons – Uncovering the truth about revenge porn – Ethical designers revealing the true cost of fast fashion
This month, Happiful is all about positive steps to make our lives and wider world a brighter place. Our features include:
- Denise Welch on sobriety, positivity and facing her darkness - A 12-step guide to guilt-free happiness - Sporting soprano and Invictus Games ambassador Laura Wright - A special report on mental health in football - Plus an insight into our primal instincts: fight, flight, or freeze
This issue is jam-packed with stories to brighten your day. So what’s this month’s issue got in store?
- Tamara Ecclestone opens up about her separation anxiety - We uncover the mystic tradition of Tarot - The ‘internet’s big sister’ Grace Victory talks body positivity - We’ve got tips on how to stop negative thinking - Plus 7 science-backed secrets to getting to sleep in minutes
Our July Summer Special is all about living in the moment while the sun shines! We have 50 outdoor activities that can take your mind on a fantastic adventure. Also in this issue – TV star Jeff Brazier describes his journey from grief to happiness, following the death of his wife Jade Goody, and raising their two children as a single parent. We also pin-point the effects of acupuncture treatment, and in an extra-special feature we interview Britain’s Best Agony Aunts, including the nation’s favourite problem-solver, Deidre Sanders.
Hero for mental health Matt Johnson speaks out. His terrifying ordeal. His amazing recovery. His mission to help others. Plus, 9 ideas that will make you happier (Approved by scientists!), when to wear red and when to wear blue in our mindful summer dressing and panic attacks in children - what to say and do.
How the 'Beauty Queen of the Jungle' became a role model for mental health awareness, featuring ambassador Amy Willerton.
This months featured charity is Age UK, Mohammed Khan shares the life-changing impact volunteering as a 'dementia befriender' has had on his outlook.
We’re on a mission to create a healthier, happier, more sustainable society. Our aim is to provide informative, inspiring and topical stories about mental health and wellbeing. We want to break the stigma of mental health in our society, and to shine a light on the positivity and support that should be available for everyone, no matter their situation.
We hope you enjoy reading out first issue.