Happiful 4 years on: “We can all still do more to support each other” Happiful 4 years on: “We can all still do more to support each other” Happiful 4 years on: “We can all still do more to support each other”

Happiful 4 years on: “We can all still do more to support each other”

As Happiful Magazine celebrates it’s fourth anniversary, Editor Rebecca Thair shares her hopes for future conversations about mental health and wellbeing…

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Why are 96% of women not reporting sexual harassment? Why are 96% of women not reporting sexual harassment? Why are 96% of women not reporting sexual harassment?

Why are 96% of women not reporting sexual harassment?

A survey from UN Women UK found that 97% of 18–24-year-old women have been sexually harassed, yet 96% did not report the incidents. Here, with the help of experts, we explore the barriers that keep women quiet, and what we can do to bring them down…

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Sometimes, you just have to let yourself feel it Sometimes, you just have to let yourself feel it Sometimes, you just have to let yourself feel it

Sometimes, you just have to let yourself feel it

Following the news that Christmas 2020 will be very different for households across the UK, Happiful’s head writer, Kathryn Wheeler, reflects on managing bad news and finding hope in hard times, and reaches out to mental health experts for their advice…

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Black Lives Matter: Accounts you need to follow and learn from Black Lives Matter: Accounts you need to follow and learn from Black Lives Matter: Accounts you need to follow and learn from

Black Lives Matter: Accounts you need to follow and learn from

As thousands show their support of Black Lives Matter, many of us are asking: how can we be better allies? We share the influencers, authors, and public speakers who are helping us learn…

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Shortage of tampons and pads leads to a rise in reusable menstrual products, and it could help us tackle period poverty Shortage of tampons and pads leads to a rise in reusable menstrual products, and it could help us tackle period poverty Shortage of tampons and pads leads to a rise in reusable menstrual products, and it could help us tackle period poverty

Shortage of tampons and pads leads to a rise in reusable menstrual products, and it could help us tackle period poverty

One in 10 UK women have given up using tampons and sanitary towels, citing lockdown shortage as their motivation to switch to reusable products. But how can making the switch help support those experiencing period poverty?…

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What role can social media have in OCD awareness? What role can social media have in OCD awareness? What role can social media have in OCD awareness?

What role can social media have in OCD awareness?

Approximately 750,000 people in the UK live with OCD yet, despite its commonality, misconceptions about the disorder are thriving. Here, we look at the role that social media has to play in mental health awareness, and speak to people personally affected by the perks and pitfalls of OCD online…

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Could Applying Kink-Principles to 'Vanilla' Relationships Make You Happier? Could Applying Kink-Principles to 'Vanilla' Relationships Make You Happier? Could Applying Kink-Principles to 'Vanilla' Relationships Make You Happier?

Could Applying Kink-Principles to 'Vanilla' Relationships Make You Happier?

The 50 Shades phenomenon has been and gone. But are there underlying principles used within the fetish community that could benefit our romantic relationships?…

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