Happiful November 2019


The ripple effect

Fate, destiny, what will be will be... Sometimes it

can feel like we have no control over the things that

happen in our lives. That we’re simply pieces on a

board game, and someone else is rolling the dice.

For some people, this can be a relief – going with the

flow and seeing where life takes us. For others, it can

breed anxiety because we just can’t predict what is

around the corner.

While there are many things in life we have no say

over, what we hope you’ll find in this issue is a wealth

of insight and information on positive things you

can do. The ways you can help yourself, nurture your

confidence, and create a healthier environment for

yourself to thrive – and when we do that, the effect

might just spread.

From the incredible Chris Hughes opening up about

his panic attacks, and the techniques he uses to

manage them, to campaigner Luke Ambler sharing

his story about starting a safe space for men to come

together and find support with their mental health,

this issue is about helping yourself – but also about

the ripple effect that this can have on the world

around us.

With a special feature where seven counsellors

reveal their best advice, and an article on the

practical things you can do to address eco-anxiety,

we implore you to start really devoting time and

energy to taking care of yourself. Because when we

do that, we’re in a better position to spread that

love and support to everyone our life touches.

Ballet dancer Sylvie

Guillem once said: “No

one person can change

the world, but one and

one and one add up.”

Let’s all be that change

we want to see – which

starts with ourselves.

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