What I Wish People Knew About My Recovery From Anorexia

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Hope Virgo – Author of Stand Tall Little Girl Recovery from an eating disorder isn’t just about weight gain, and it isn’t just about being able to go out for dinner and eat anything off a menu or eat ice cream without panic. No, there is so much more to recovery than that. For so […]

Weathering the Storm, Sarah Outen

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Adventurer  Sarah Outen is an adventurer by land and sea. Her recent expeditions have included an attempt to travel around the northern hemisphere solely by human power. Sarah says she’s never been fearless. Sometimes she’s found that the most dangerous part of any journey is not the physical danger she’s found herself in, but what […]

Head Talks and SEX ❤️

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❤️Chapter 1❤️ – SEX & SOCIETY by Mike Lousada  Mike Lousada is a Psychosexual Somatic practitioner who works alongside his wife, therapist Dr Louise Mazanti. In this interview, he looks at society’s views of sexuality through history. Mike argues that we should move away from a view of sex that’s about control and fear towards […]

Let’s Talk about Sex, Colin Richards

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Sex Therapist  Colin Richards is a sex therapist who believes that communication is important to encourage intimacy. A fulfilling sex life has great benefits and he says that couples should discuss their fantasies and how those demonstrate their emotional needs. We’re not afraid to talk about food — another of life’s essentials — he says: […]

A Pressure Cooker of Emotions, Jules Guaitamacchi

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Emotional Wellbeing Presenter & Facilitator in Schools At the age of 21, Jules Guaitamacchi realised that they could put their own experience to use helping others. Jules had been bullied from the age of eleven and had resorted to drugs and alcohol as a way of self-medicating. Jules describes the ‘pressure cooker of emotions’ bursting […]

A Guided Meditation for Kids

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Enchanted Forest by Michelle Roberton-Jones This guided meditation for children offers a chance to interact and really explore their imagination as they meet with Eeny, Meeny, Miney and Mo in the Enchanted Forest. The perfect meditation to develop young minds from Michelle Roberton-Jones.

Peers Without Pressure, Anna and Millie

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Wimbledon High Students Anna and Millie are students at Wimbledon High who take part in the school’s peer counselling project. They help advise younger girls on how to cope with the pressures around them. That pressure can come from outside: Anna and Millie say that looking good and body image are big concerns among some […]

Belonging To Something Bigger Than Yourself, Jane Lunnon

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Headmistress The Head of Wimbledon High School, Jane Lunnon, says that the world has changed for her pupils. The old certainties of society aren’t there any more — what fills the gaps is often social media. Jane says young people need breaks from comparing themselves to their peers. Nothing, she says, beats a really good […]

Why Sleep is Vital for Mental Health in Teens

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New research has found that chronic sleep deprivation (caused by going to bed late and waking up early to get to school or work on time) poses a serious problem for the mental health of teens. Indeed, even a short period of sleep restriction can raise their risk of developing depression and substance abuse issues. In this […]

Paul Polman, CEO of Unilever speaks exclusively to HT, Paul Polman

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The chief executive of Unilever, Paul Polman, is responsible for 175,000 employees. Among them, there are of course some who have mental health issues. The company is trying to create a culture where everyone is only one click away from whatever help they might need. Their approach is founded on four pillars of […]