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Interview with Sarah Teibo

The MHM Magazine is a UK based digital/print magazine...

Interview with Lurine Cato

This interview with our cover guest: an Award winning...

Your Child’s Mental Health and You

"An idle mind is the devils playground." Whilst this...

Interview with Chevelle Franklyn

This interview was arranged by Seyi Adebowale with our...

How to Stop Difficult Thoughts

Most of us spend a lot of time inside our own mind —worrying about the future, replaying events in the past, and generally focusing...

Say No! To Drug Abuse

Dr. Olubukola Adenubi, a member of the Nigerian Women in STEM (NWiSTEM) and the Acting Head, Department of Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology, College of Veterinary Medicine (COLVET), Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), Ogun State, has been selected as a temporary adviser of the Vector Control Action Group of the World Health Organisation (WHO). This article was featured in our Yuletide season's special edition 2019.

Write Down Your Vision and Goals

Writing down your vision and goals is a powerful practice that can significantly enhance your chances of success. Here's why:

Define Fashion

When the topic of fashion is reviewed, it is quite often assumed that we are talking about the latest trends or style of clothing alone.


Breaking my Silence: My Journey from Stigma to Empathy!

Growing up in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, in the heart of the West Indies, amidst the lush greenery and vibrant colours, lies darkness only a few chose to speak about openly. It was the silence that fell over villages when familiar faces stared acting strangely.

Rising Strong: A Story Of Resilience And Redemption

Greetings, dear readers and followers of The MHM Magazine! To...

Marriage & Relationship

We need to look carefully for signs of manipulation from our potential partner. Early on there will be “Tells” of manipulation such as sulking when there are disagreements and you are not in agreement with your partner over things that are not of great importance, faking tears and “acting” upset when things do not go their way, but be careful not to accuse your partner of false tears unless there is obvious evidence in case you misjudge them.

How to Stop Difficult Thoughts

Most of us spend a lot of time inside...