Man Manual Sources: Man MOT For The Mind (2020)

References and images used in the publication: Man MOT For The Mind (2020)

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The health content of Man MOT For The Mind is based on the five ways to wellbeing developed for the UK government by the New Economics Foundation (more on the five ways: the NHS and Mind) and on the Forum's existing manuals including the Man manual, Beat Stress, Feel Better and Man MOT. A list of additional sources follows:

​These references were correct at Sept 2020.

Photo Credits

A list of photographic credits for Man MOT For The Mind (2020) follows:

Cover: Sikh smile by Paul Hamilton (CC BY-SA 2.0), Bald, Headphone by Sascha Kohlmann (CC BY-SA 2.0), London Marathon 25.04.2010 (276) by Julian Mason (Creative Commons Licence: CC BY 2.0), Toshiba laptop by Garry Knight (CC BY 2.0), Eating Burger, Smoking by Craig Cloutier (CC BY-SA 2.0),  Martin by Ewen Roberts (CC BY 2.0), Asleep On The Beach by edenpictures (Eden, Janine and Jim) (CC BY 2.0), Blinded By The Light by Isengardt (CC BY 2.0). 

Inside: Dave McCairley, Jim Pollard and Angry Monkey by Navaneeth KN (CC BY 2.0), Stowe Park by Martin Pettitt (CC BY 2.0), Sol Searching by Casey Fleser (CC BY 2.0), Butterfly by Conal Gallagher (CC BY 2.0), Working by John O'Nolan (CC BY 2.0), John reading by wsh1266 (CC BY-SA 2.0),  Beer Gut by bareknuckleyellow (CC BY 2.0), Cat napping by Cait Stewart (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Cartoons inside by John Byrne.


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