The Mental Health Foundation tells us that around one in ten of us growing up in the UK are affected by mental health problems of some kind. This is something that needs to change.

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By Sam Touchais on 8th of Mar 2019

Sam is the founder of a company called The Well-Being Series (www.wellbeingseries.com) which specialises in providing tools to help children and adults build positive self-esteem and a healthy self-belief system.

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By Danielle on 7th of Mar 2019

Danielle Brown MBE is a double Paralympic gold medallist, five time World Champion and the first disabled athlete to represent England (and win gold) at the Commonwealth Games. She is also a Professional Keynote Speaker, Training Provider and Coach. Her organisation inspires and empowers people to unlock their potential, overcome adversity and achieve big goals. She has developed an online programme for schools that centres around improving mental wellbeing and academic performance.

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By Lucy on 1st of Mar 2019

Prolific and acclaimed writer and mental health blogger, Lucy Nichols describes how Moodbeam is going to change the way we feel about diarising how we feel on a daily basis.

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By Ian Braid on 17th of Feb 2019

Moodbeam ambassador, Ian Braid, describes the moment he knew he had neglecting his own mental health. He explains his self care strategy for future proofing his wellbeing.

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By Christina on 14th of Feb 2019

When Christina discovered her daughter was desperately unhappy at school she decided to do something about it. She created a tool to allow feelings to be logged, so that you could get to see how something made you feel, and talk about it.

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By Christina on 22nd of Jul 2018

I don't know about you, but when things happen that are expected but not necessarily wished for, I tend to say 'It's the end of an era, but that's progress'. But what does "It's the end of an era" really mean?

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By Christina on 22nd of Jul 2018

We've been on quite a journey at Moodbeam since one of our co-founders came up with the idea to create something that allowed us to see how we feel, at the touch of a button.

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By Christina on 22nd of Jul 2018

According to some estimates, up to 70% of successful people have experienced impostor syndrome, including Maya Angelou, Albert Einstein, and Meryl Streep. Unlike other forms of anxiety that sap confidence, the syndrome’s insidious nature means that external success heightens rather than soothes the effects, as sufferers believe they are only ramping up the confidence trick they are playing on everyone (Guardian Online, September '17).

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