Psychologies December 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.

United Kingdom
Kelsey Publishing Group
6,55 €(IVA inc.)
50,91 €(IVA inc.)
12 Números

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create the life you want

Hello! I’m Suzy Walker, Editor-in-Chief of ‘Psychologies’. I’m a career coach and author of ‘Making The Big Leap’ and ‘The Big Peace’. Not only have I changed careers three times myself, I’ve helped thousands of people make the shifts they desired. I’ve interviewed thought leaders from Brené Brown and Cheryl Strayed to Oprah Winfrey – I’m so lucky to have been plugged into the wisest, most successful people on the planet. Join me for our brilliant course, ‘Create the you – I can wait to share what I’ve learned with you!…

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Yvette Ankrah Coach and MBE Yvette is an award-winning business coach, consultant and recovering overachiever! She works with women in business, helping them gain success without burnout, and is passionate about ensuring that women have the optimum environment, tools and skills to thrive. She was awarded an MBE for her work with women in business in 2017 and, in 2019, Yvette received her PhD in sociology. Watch her chat about her life and work to PsychologiesEditor-in-Chief Suzy Walker at Liz Morphew Singer-songwriter, blogger and Psychologies ambassador Under the pseudonym ‘Queen of Hearts’, Liz released her critically acclaimed debut album, Cocoon, in 2014. During a sabbatical from music, she immersed herself in the world of self-development and became a fan of Psychologies. As an ambassador of the magazine, she contributes to our website, writing…

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a brighter future

It’s been a difficult year. I have been scanning the horizon for resources that help us find new ways to think, feel and thrive, despite the challenges. That’s why we invited Ruby Wax to be our cover star. Fed up with people moaning about the state of the world, Wax vowed to spend time with inspiring individuals who are influencing a better future for humanity, and then she wrote a book about it – And Now For The Good News: To The Future With Love. ‘Nothing will change without changing the lens through which we see the world,’ she says (page 18). I also loved reading Slay Your Dragons With Compassion by Malcolm Stern. After unimaginable tragedy, he turned his grief into wisdom, and shares his journey in a book that…

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@GillH1973: Just read The Kindness Conversation feature in @PsychologiesMag with @DrDRHamilton and @matthaig1. The right questions asked and honest answers. Lovely piece. @Melly_Del: My October issue of @PsychologiesMag arrived – my monthly reminder to slow down, take it easy and enjoying reading with a glass of wine. #SelfCareSunday @Helen23Wilson: Catching up on my monthly counselling session in the form of a magazine with @PsychologiesMag while camping. @AnilaDhami: My must-buy every month! Including an insightful interview with @matthaig1 and a witty piece by @HarrietMinter. @PsychologiesMag – inspirational. @keto.koffee. kindness: My Saturday tea, #psychologies magazine and a chaffle. #perfectsaturday morning @theeleven ofourstore: I made a few of these shopping or storage bags out of some roller blind offcuts. Perfect for storing your favourite magazines – in my case #psychologiesmagazine @stampclair: Love this! There is nothing like stillness... #psychologiesmagazine…

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NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT I was about to skip over the Dossier on grief (August), when I noticed that it also related to the loss of a job. I had made the difficult decision to leave a job I love to work in a less stressful, but also less exciting, department. I was struggling to accept it, despite knowing it will benefit my mental health. I would like to thank Kate Taylor for sharing that her mother waited for retirement to fulfil her dreams. It made me realise that I should focus on doing what I love in life, and not just on what I do at work. Thank you for a brilliant article – exactly what I needed. Amy FEELING STRONGER About 18 months ago, the life I knew and loved slowly…

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photo competition

THIS IS MY HAND holding my new crystals. In lockdown, juggling homeschooling and trying to find creative activities for my children, I found a therapeutic learning website. I worked through meditations for children, reiki and chakra crystal healing and colour therapy. I rediscovered how beneficial and exciting learning is for my wellbeing and self-development, and I now have new career goals. Anything is possible! Zo 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 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…