Psychology Now – First Edition 2019
Overview: Understanding human behaviour and mental processes, whether our own or those belonging to others, is essential if we want to make better decisions and lead happier lives. Why do we feel certain emotions in specific situations? Why do we behave in particular ways? And what can we do to overcome the things that hold us back? Delve into the world of psychology and build a better relationship with your mind. Learn how to be kind to it, unlock its full potential and use it to your advantage.
Psychology Now explores 10 mysteries of the mind, the negative impact of reality TV, how to eat more mindfully, and the complexities of memory. Look at ways to improve your mental health, from learning how to say no, to developing a positive body image, as well as suppressing your inner critic and overcoming social anxiety. Also examine the science behind certain concepts, such as stress, fear, imagination, emotions, body language and much more. Packed full of expert guidance from psychologists, counsellors and other professionals, there is also an exclusive interview with TV presenter Julia Bradbury about how the great outdoors is a natural therapist, particularly for our children. The mind is a powerful tool. Learn how to take control of your own mind today for a happier, healthier tomorrow.