Happiful September 2020

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CRISIS SUPPORT

If you are in crisis and are concerned for

your own safety, call 999 or go to A&E

Call Samaritans on 116 123 or email

them at jo@samaritans.org

Head to

happiful.com

for more services

and support

GENERAL LISTENING LINES

SANEline

SANEline offers support and information from

4.30pm–10.30pm: 0300 304 7000

Mind

Mind offers advice Mon–Fri 9am–6pm, except bank

holidays: 0300 123 3393. Or email: info@mind.org.uk

Switchboard

Switchboard is a line for LGBT+ support. Open from 10am–10pm:

0300 330 0630. You can email: chris@switchboard.lgbt

THE MAGAZINE DEVOTED TO MENTAL HEALTH SEPT 2020 | £4

Be bold.

It's time to step

into the unknown

Overcome your fear

of failure to uncover

your true potential

Self-love

• issue •

Give your life some

TLC with our free

coaching tool

p18

p49

CONNECT WITH A LIFE COACH

Connect with life coaches in your area and those offering online

coaching by visiting lifecoach-directory.org.uk

LEARN MORE ABOUT SIGHT LOSS

Read fact sheets about sight loss and blindness, and discover support

by visiting rnib.org.uk or calling their helpline on 0303 123 9999

Imposter

syndrome

ends here

Ditch the doubt &

see your greatness

BEGIN YOUR

JOURNEY OF

SELF-DISCOVERY

Conquer insecurity & know your worth.

The path ahead is in your hands

Body confidence

Grow your own

Achieve your goals

Craving

intimacy?

The power of human

touch is more than

skin deep

PLUS+

10

steps to cope

with life after

job-loss

Cover artwork

by Becky Johnston

9 772514 373000

p55

p76

SELF-HELP FOR DEPRESSION

If you are living with depression, you can join a penfriend

scheme and connect with others online at depressionuk.org

CREATE A NUTRITION PLAN WITH A NUTRITIONIST

Discover nutritionists who can help you tune into your needs and

create a nutritional plan by visiting nutritionist-resource.org.uk

In light of the Covid-19 social distancing guidelines, our September issue

has been brought together from the Happiful team’s home-office

set-ups. Overcoming the distraction of cute Happiful pets, the

temptation of WFS (work from sofa), and the unique challenges of video

conference calls, we’re proud to bring you our fifth issue created entirely

remotely. For as long as we can, we will work tirelessly to continue to

offer you the print edition of Happiful, but if anything changes, we will

be in touch. For now, take care, stay safe, and enjoy the read.

Artist Becky Johnston

has had a lot to contend

with, from anorexia

to depression, body

dysmorphia, and

borderline personality

disorder. But her mental

health journey has also

inspired her to use her

creativity and experiences

to support others, so no

one has to feel alone.

More of Becky's beautiful

work can be found at

beckyjohnston.weebly.com

and on Instagram

@heybooxy

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