Mindset magazine is the revolutionary publication dedicated to the health of the mind. With a world class Editorial Advisory Board each issue contains authoritative, accurate, beautifully-presented, easily assimilated information, about all aspects of mental health.
Covering everything from prevention and diagnosis, treatments and rehabilitation, to workplace initiatives and financial and legal advice, we're at the forefront of driving forward positive changes in our understanding and treatment of mental wellbeing.
With a new website launching in early 2021, Mindset is committed to improving and supporting the mental health of readers both online and in print.
Research has found that comedians, including our cover girl, Ruby Wax, tend to have personality types linked to a range of mental health conditions. As well as featuring Ruby’s own personal experiences with depression, our article: “Tears of a Clown” showcases eight other well know comics who fit this profile.
This issue also features several philosophical articles, including: “Sam’s philosophy for a happy life” – although born with a rare genetic disorder called progeria, this didn’t stop Sam Bern from taking charge of his own happiness, and he’s keen to pass on his words of wisdom; Naval Admiral William McRaven’s talk about the invaluable life lessons he learned while training to become a Navy SEAL; and “There’s truly northing to fear but fear itself”, a life-transforming article from yogi and mystic Sadhguru.
Our regular Focus article is about Alcohol Abuse Disorder, followed by a heartfelt case study from Milly, and her struggles with using excessive amounts of alcohol to numb her grief. And with Covid-19 forcing many people to work from home, employer’s should be more worried about burnout than a lack of productivity, as our feature ‘Dividing Time’ explains.