Psychologies February 2021

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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Katie Thistleton Presenter, trainee counsellor and author Katie is a presenter, DJ, journalist, trainee counsellor and author, best known for her work at the BBC. With a keen interest in mental health, Katie presents documentaries covering topics such as depression and sex education, and is host of Radio 1’s Life Hacks. She also writes a monthly digital column at She says: ‘I’m a huge fan of Psychologies. I feel in tune with what young people are going through and I want to write about my personal experiences to help others.’ Lovelda Vincenzi Business coach and speaker Business coach to female speakers, international MC, moderator and host Lovelda specialises in MCing and moderating business events. She built her speaking business in 18 months, going from an unknown name to facilitating conversations with high-profile clients. In…

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your next big adventure

As we ease into 2021 and recover from the ravages of 2020, Harriet Minter suggests we start with a ‘gentle celebration’ on page 17, assuring us that ‘we don’t need the fizzing stimulants of a buzzing party to find joy’. Gentle sounds good. Our cover star, Andrea McLean, is listening to the whispers. ‘For every “what if you fall” thought, there’s a “what if you fly” whisper, she says on page 18. She is walking her talk – making her big leap by leaving Loose Women to focus on her dream. If you set the same goals every year but never progress, learn from coach Kim Morgan, who helps a woman build a strategy for consistent action on page 32. Our Dossier (page 48) builds on this with a guide to creating…

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help us help you

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@tippy_toes86: The perk of a miserable weekend is snuggling up with the latest @PsychologiesMag. @MichelleEwen_: @heidiscrim: Thank you for your feature on pivoting in @PsychologiesMag. It’s the hope and encouragement I needed today. I am happy you have found your new path and wish you all the best. @Lizziebeemurray: I know it’s going to be a good day when my copy of @PsychologiesMag arrives. @somecallme_Jem: @PsychologiesMag Jackee Holder’s piece, ‘Write the bad, feel the good’, is spot on and a helpful reminder. As a keen writer, I journal, but lately I am only capturing the woes and forgetting the good points. This year is mentally tough and your magazine is helping me, thanks. @an.yakovleva: Peaceful moments with #psychologies magazine @emmski37: Today is a housework day! I have a few more chores to do and then I’m…

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POSITIVE PRESCRIPTION Jackee Holder’s column, ‘Write the bad, feel the good’ (November 2020), struck a chord with me. After 13 years , I a blog years ago my experiences and what I had learned. I found this process to be cathartic, and it helped me process some of the grief I hadn’t even realised I was harbouring. I have managed to achieve a lot despite facing adverse circumstances, so incorporating the positives into my writing also awakened me to my own power. I hope others can also benefit from putting their experiences into words, as described in Jackee’s column. Leanne WIND OF CHANGE I WAS HEARTENED TO READ your ‘Reinvent your career’ Dossier (December 2020) because I am in the middle of a job search. I have been a stay-at-home mother for the past five…

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photo competition

MY PHOTO REFLECTS the transition between seasons. I struggle with the lack of light in winter and, during autumn, I fear the dark inward turn everything takes. A walk in the woods with my sons and seeing how excited they were about the autumnal colours changed things. I looked through their eyes and all was transformed. There is light in autumnal colours, teaching us to be grateful for what we have and nurture ourselves on the journey within. I am thankful for nature’s lessons, when we open our senses to them. I will walk regularly to build resilience and be in sync with nature for my wellbeing. Geeta Would you like to showcase your photographic talent in ‘Psychologies’? What moment has made you feel inspired, grateful or moved this month? Capture it…