Psychologies November 2020

First launched in 1970, Psychologies magazine has always been about ensuring you reach your potential - focusing on what’s really important in life. Written by experts in mental health and wellbeing, Psychologies is the go-to magazine for those who want to get the perfect balance between mind and body. With thought-provoking articles that cover all aspects of life, from home and family to work and travel, Psychologies celebrates modern, confident women who want to excel in all areas of their life. Psychologies magazine is published in nine countries, including the UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Russia, China, Romania and Mexico - helping thousands of women maintain a healthy mind, body and life. Written for women who want an inspiring read that gives them more than just fashion and beauty, you’ll love your digital subscription to Psychologies magazine.

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Kelsey Publishing Group
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Sarah Bonner Organisational psychologist and coach Sarah specialises in leadership development and strategic self-awareness. She is an experienced coach and advanced Hogan practitioner who works extensively with individuals and teams within global organisations in a training, coaching and facilitation capacity. She is fascinated by human behaviour, particularly in the workplace. Watch Sarah chat to PsychologiesEditor-in-Chief Suzy Walker about how to lead a virtual team and understand your values at work at Stefania Konstantinidou English teacher Stefania teaches in a primary school in Rethymno, Crete. During a three-year sabbatical from work, she is living in a Buddhist centre to search for truth and answers, and to understand the void she feels in her life and sees in that of others. She now believes the truth lies in what is beyond our five senses. ‘I no…

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let’s connect

The last few months have tested the strength of our relationships and shown why connection is the glue that holds our lives together. In our Dossier on page 42, we explore how to tell the truth, communicate openly and create rewarding and real relationships. We are supporting you as we open up all the conversations this month. Sarah Niblock of the UK Council for Psychotherapy talks to therapist Dwight Turner about injustice on page 40. ‘Acts of violence against black people have sparked a global conversation about inequality. Discrimination erodes the fabric of society and can leave a deep mark on individuals,’ says Niblock. Perhaps a giant leap is needed to connect with your spirituality. Be inspired by teacher Stefania Konstantinidou on page 36, who is embracing life in a Buddhist…

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share with us…

@naturaltalent1: Chilling with @PsychologiesMag for #Staycation2020. @GillH1973: Another interesting piece from @DrDRHamilton in the latest edition of @PsychologiesMag. I have heard him speaking about how animals help our mental health. Agreed! @mornayoung: Delighted to have written a feature for @PsychologiesMag this month about exploring my creativity when lockdown hit and theatres closed. Always a joy to write for my favourite magazine. @KatieThistleton: So nice to open my @PsychologiesMag this morning and see a letter from a reader. So lovely when someone relates to what you’ve written! @ladyamygill: It’s going to be a long journey but I have company with #Psychologies Magazine @kate mcgregor_author: After a warm day typing away, it’s time to sit down with my favourite mag. Always something to learn, and a great place to find good book recommendations. “ I’ve learned that no…

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AND THE WINNER IS… As a subscriber and part of the reader panel for the Real Eco awards, I would like to thank you for this lovely project. It definitely played its part in strengthening the sense of community between readers and the ‘Psychologies’ team. I hope a new eco venture is on the cards now that the awards are ending. I also appreciate the solution-driven approach in Ellen Tout’s ‘Eco worrier’ columns. They are not about what we have to give up, but what we gain by being more eco-conscious. Andrea • Subscribe to ‘Psychologies’ for life-changing content and exclusive access to our Life Leap Club, a supportive online community with free coaching programmes. See page 56 for our subscription offer this month Inbox inspiration… WANT MORE WISE WORDS, PERSONALITY TESTS AND INVITATIONS TO…

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express yourself

I love hosting the ‘Creative confidence’ Instagram live videos for Psychologies. It’s brilliant to connect with readers, encourage them to try creative challenges and feel inspired to do more. Here are a couple of pieces people created (above). One person told me they were smiling the whole time they were painting and that’s what it’s all about! Juliet Thomas • Join Juliet Thomas, founder of The Curious Creative Club, live on Instagram every Monday at 1.30pm @psychologiesmagazine and at…

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photo competition

I AM SELF-ISOLATING ahead of an operation and feeling anxious. However, this morning, when I stepped out into the garden for a breath of fresh air, I noticed how wonderful it is to stop for a minute and appreciate the simple things… like raindrops on my roses. These really are one of my favourite things! I am grateful for this beauty. Sharon Would you like to showcase your photographic talent in ‘Psychologies’? What moment has made you feel inspired, grateful or moved this month? Capture it and tell us why. We’ll print the winner, plus you’ll receive a free copy of our latest bookazine, ‘Find Your Calm’, worth £6.99. Share your photograph with us and explain its inspiration on Instagram @psychologiesmagazine with the hashtag #PsychologiesPhoto, or email it to * FOR FULL…