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22Discoverthepowerofplay

12 Viewpoint What ’s caught your eye in Psychologies lately?

14 KateSilverton Thechild therapist, on followingyour heart, andwhy allfeelingsare valid

18 LifeasI know it HarrietMinterlearnstoask forwhat shewants andexpectnoless

Mind 20 Allworknoplay? Embrace your innerchild and enrich your adultlife

24 Coachinginaction KimMorganguidesaclienttowards reaching her ownresolution

28 Goodbyetothe good girl Let’schallengethe messagingof ourchildhood andfight back

34 Whyyour smartphone means you’re out of cleanpants! Couldyourdevicebemakingyou live your life in perpetual panic?

38 Everyday extraordinary Introduceawritingritual to boost your creativity,advises Jackee Holder

H eart 56 Go lightly CaroGiles celebrates life’s uncertainty

58 Empty nest Give yourself permission to feel excitedasanew phaseunfolds

62 Your dilemmas addressed Ouragony aunt, Dr MarthaDeiros Collado,offersafresh perspective on your problems

66 Summerlovin’ As thetemperaturehotsup, let’s talk about sex, says ourlove guru Anna Williamson

Body 70 Mindfulwellness Conscious actionsand wellbeing buys to help youliveintentionally

74 Rest to reset Re-prioritisedowntimetofeel refreshed andrestored

78 Spreadthe joy Transformyourhealthfromthe inside andget experimental in thekitchen withRadhiDevlukia-Shetty

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