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Psychologies  |  No.115 Reese Witherspoon  


We are lucky at Psychologies as our offices are based in Kent, the ‘garden of England’, and every lunch hour we get to walk in beautiful fields with Oscar the office dog. I’m sure that’s why our team are such a happy bunch.
Absolutely, agrees Jini Reddy on page 32 – and not just happier. ‘People who spend extended time in nature experience a 50 per cent boost in creativity and high levels of insight,’ she says, writing about how a walk in the wild can help us all connect with our inner genius.
Connection is the theme that runs throughout our magazine this month.
Our Happiness Club (have you started yours yet? See page 48) invites you to connect more deeply with the people around you. Why? Research shows that it will not only make you feel better psychologically but physiologically too – increasing your immunity to infection and lowering the risk of heart disease. Perhaps a perfect prompt to get out there and mingle? If you ever feel that networking is a dark art, then turn to page 36 as three of our writers figure out how to move and shake – without feeling fake.
If you’re looking to connect with new friends,
read the lyrical piece by Eleanor Tucker on page
44, which looks at how to cast your net wider when
inviting new people into your world, as she discovers
how cross-generational friendships can create more
depth and meaning in your life.
We are exploring kindness as our hidden
superpower this month in our 18-page Dossier on
page 76. Kindness makes us feel happy, loved – and
yes, connected. I found the interview with Jaime
Thurston (page 86), founder of the website 52 Lives,
very inspirational. Her catchphrase is ‘people are
good’. I love this. Imagine if this was the global belief
system that defined your actions and your life?
I wish you a kind and connected month .
Psychologies is the only women's glossy magazine that aims to address what we're really like, not just what we look like. If you're interested in intelligent topics like behaviour, personality and how the huge changes happening in the world of work, consumption and social media will affect you, this is a must-buy. We keep up with the latest psychological research and trends, use great writers, seek out expert opinion, and give well-supported advice. We also have a strong ethos of positivity, in interviews, health, wellbeing and beauty.
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   Thought provoking, relevant and current. Reviewed Tuesday, 8 August 2017 SUBSCRIBER
A positive read that represents real women and real issues.
   Psychologies Magazine Rewiew. Reviewed Thursday, 11 December 2014
Really good magazine it has got lots of different articles about different life's issues. One can gain a lot of knowledge from it.
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Psychologies   |   No.115 Reese Witherspoon   


We are lucky at Psychologies as our offices are based in Kent, the ‘garden of England’, and every lunch hour we get to walk in beautiful fields with Oscar the office dog. I’m sure that’s why our team are such a happy bunch.
Absolutely, agrees Jini Reddy on page 32 – and not just happier. ‘People who spend extended time in nature experience a 50 per cent boost in creativity and high levels of insight,’ she says, writing about how a walk in the wild can help us all connect with our inner genius.
Connection is the theme that runs throughout our magazine this month.
Our Happiness Club (have you started yours yet? See page 48) invites you to connect more deeply with the people around you. Why? Research shows that it will not only make you feel better psychologically but physiologically too – increasing your immunity to infection and lowering the risk of heart disease. Perhaps a perfect prompt to get out there and mingle? If you ever feel that networking is a dark art, then turn to page 36 as three of our writers figure out how to move and shake – without feeling fake.
If you’re looking to connect with new friends,
read the lyrical piece by Eleanor Tucker on page
44, which looks at how to cast your net wider when
inviting new people into your world, as she discovers
how cross-generational friendships can create more
depth and meaning in your life.
We are exploring kindness as our hidden
superpower this month in our 18-page Dossier on
page 76. Kindness makes us feel happy, loved – and
yes, connected. I found the interview with Jaime
Thurston (page 86), founder of the website 52 Lives,
very inspirational. Her catchphrase is ‘people are
good’. I love this. Imagine if this was the global belief
system that defined your actions and your life?
I wish you a kind and connected month .
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  You'll never miss an issue
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Psychologies magazine print subscription.
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