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Enter our writing competition!

Posted January 30th 2012

Whether it’s to the Caucasus or the corner shop, the most important part of any trip is undertaken in our heads. Describe your own journey and you could win a great prize

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Film fix: Rabbit Hole

Posted January 26th 2012

Every week Psychologies recommends a film we love. This week’s film is Rabbit Hole. Rabbit Hole Best for: making you believe in happy endings. Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart star as Becca and Howie Corbett, a once-happy married couple, coming to terms with the death of their four-year-old son Danny. Based on a Broadway play […]

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Fiction fix: To The End of The Land

Posted January 25th 2012, by Clare Longrigg

Best for: inspiring you about human resourcefulness

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GOOD NEWS: A film dedicated to kindness

Posted January 24th 2012

It’s a sad fact that positive news makes the headlines less often than negative news; tales of death and destruction will always fill the front pages before tales of love and charity. As a result, it can often seem like we know more about what’s going wrong in the world and much less about what’s […]

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FILM FIX: The Social Network

Posted January 19th 2012

The Social Network is far more than a film about Facebook; it’s a film that asks questions about friendship, betrayal and success.

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GOOD NEWS: Films on the underground

Posted January 17th 2012

by Katie James

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