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10 THE IMPORTANCE OF YET Carol Dweck researches “growth mindset” – the idea that we can grow our brain's capacity to solve problems 42 TEN COMMON MYTHS ABOUT DOMESTIC ABUSE Here we address some of the most widely-believed and deep- rooted misconceptions about domestic abuse 54 CULTURAL DIVERSITY What if an individual said they could hear the voices of their dead ancestors – would they be considered ‘mad’ or believed? The answer to that question might depend on in which part of the world they were living 56 THE SIXTH STAGE OF GRIEF Many of us are aware of the accepted five stages of grief – denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. But Claire Bidwell Smith believes there’s a missing one – anxiety 59 SEXUAL TENSIONS Many people with a mental illness are struggling far more than necessary with sexual relationships because they don’t have the support they need 70 THERE’S TRULY NORTHING TO FEAR BUT FEAR ITSELF A life-transforming article from yogi and mystic Sadhguru, where he looks at how to overcome fear and experience life fully

73 STUCK IN THE NEGATIVE This article takes a look at why we have a propensity to give more weight to things that go wrong than to things that go right – so much so that just one negative event can hijack an entire day 81 THE TEARS OF A CLOWN Research has found that comedians tend to have personality types linked to psychosis. Here we look at eight well know comics who fit that picture HEALTH AND PREVENTION 22 FOCUS ON ALCOHOL USE DISORDER An in depth look at a mental health condition which impairs our ability to stop or control alcohol use despite adverse social, occupational or health consequences 34 EIGHT REASONS TO TAKE UP YOGA Yogis have long been proclaiming the mental health benefits of yoga – but it’s not only the spiritual who can find anxiety and depression relief from the practice – anyone can 44 TAKING CONTROL OF ANGER Frequent feelings of anger have been linked to a higher risk of depression and difficulty sleeping. Fortunately, you can learn to understand, process, and release your anger in healthy ways




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