'happiness' blog posts:
6 Sep 2013
Raymond Mfon, never saw himself as an office bod, a guy in a swanky suit or a 9-5 worker. Instead this young entrepreneur of just 21 years old – had big dreams, big determination, big ideologies and a big heart.
29 Aug 2013
Can baking increase happiness?
The creation of comfort food or a process with real therapeutic value that is beneficial to mental health? East London NHS Foundation Trust is one mental health provider that has experimented in cooking therapies.
28 Aug 2013
More family meals and less TV ‘make children happier’
A study published today by the government agency, Public Health England has raised concerns that excessive ‘screen-time’ – more than four hours a day is linked to anxiety and depression.
31 Jul 2013
Jubilee and Olympics increased our feeling of wellbeing
ONS statistics show small improvements in personal wellbeing
22 Jul 2013
Children's happiness in decline, says Children's Society
The Children’s Society has published a report which claims that the happiness of the UK’s children is in decline and teenagers in particular are experiencing low wellbeing.
18 Jan 2013
A-Z of Happiness
We asked people what makes them happy and here are the results.
16 Jan 2013
The power of positive thinking
Guest blogger Lauren Boys on how positive thinking is helping her through her teenage years.
4 Oct 2012
YoungMinds attends Brisfest
Members of YoungMinds and the VIK team recently attended Brisfest.
30 Jun 2012
YoungMinds in Schools: Involving parents in pupils' learning
Miss this opportunity, and it seems that children and young people have less chance of reaching their potential.
27 Jun 2012
Bipolar disorder: on thinking happy thoughts
This is a guest post on National Bipolar Awareness Day from Tracy Rose of Healthline, who provide information about bipolar disorder