A third of young people are said to suffer from 'Imposter Syndrome', recent research reveals. Has the average working environment become more intimidating, or are millennials suffering from an unprecedented confidence crisis? Christina Zhao investigates
'For me, the little bits that I've learnt so far is that it's really important to have this conversation. You won't be judged'
Charities warn high number of young women working in low-paid and insecure jobs having ‘terrible impact’ on their wellbeing
Children as young as four are suffering from mental health problems, teachers warn
Poor mental health can make a person act out of character, but the stigma means they can find it hard to speak out
Exclusive: New figures show almost ninefold rise in online appointments over three years
Preparation is key when staying calm when under pressure, according to adventurer Andy Torbet
Grammy award-winner said discussion of mental health was something he was only 'just getting exposed to'
'When I have a bad anxiety attack it feels like I’m drowning'
Those in psychological distress had a 32 per cent higher chance of later dying of cancer, but researchers caution the disease could have made people feel unhappy before they knew they were ill
LSE academics want to 'revolutionise how we think about human priorities' and promote use of 'subjective wellbeing' as a measure of successful governance, instead of economy
Charity helpline Childline recorded a 35 per cent increase in calls for help related to anxiety over the last year
My experience with stress during big presentations is usually a double whammy.
Does anxiety keep getting in the way of you making connections with the people you’d like to spend more time with? Or perhaps you’ve just met someone, but are worried that your anxiety will ruin it all. People with anxiety can be highly self-critical, tend to overestimate the likelihood that something negative will happen, and often feel that others are judging them.
It’s not about changing the way you think, says life coach Allegra Stein - it’s about acknowledging that your thoughts have a big impact on how you feel