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Just having one
‘I’m just having one’. When do you hear that? A beer with colleagues perhaps but not about a baby. And that one drink normally turns into more anyway, just as the baby producing tends to do. Nobody…
When I Realized I Needed to Change the Way I Talk to My Daughters About Mental Health
Lady Gaga's mom shares mental health wisdom every parent needs to hear.
Living With Anxiety: It Doesn't Mean What You Think it Means
It's time for others to know: living with anxiety is not an excuse, it's not pretend, and it's not what you think it means.
Instagram is the most harmful social network for your mental health
Anxiety, depression, sleep deprivation, and body-images issues are among the perverse effects of social media, a new report states.
How busy hands can alter our brain chemistry
Occupying our hands - through work, chores or art - can engage our brains and alleviate anxiety
Depression and fatigue: How to cope
Depression can lead to a lack of physical and emotional energy, in addition to causing sleep disturbances that leave a person feeling chronically fatigued. In this article, learn about the link between fatigue and depression, as well as the possible complications and how to cope.
Anxiety vs Depression: What's the Difference and How to Deal with Them?
Despite often occurring together at the same time, anxiety and depression are different mental health conditions with their own unique symptoms.
200 Positive Affirmations That Will Change Your Life
Discover the most powerful positive affirmations. Transform your life with these highly effective affirmations.
Suffering from news fatigue? These expert tips can help
Breaking news is breaking us. Here's how to stay informed without damaging your mental health.
How To Make Sure Facebook Doesn’t Ruin Your Life
Over the years I have watched so many people be hurt on Facebook. Don't let it happen to you. Here's how you can make sure Facebook doesn't ruin your life.
4 Things My Battle With Depression Taught Me About Entrepreneurship
Being an entrepreneur means making it up as you go along.
This Is Proof That Depression Is Real #SuicidePrevention
It's not that I find suicide shocking. I battle depression daily. I faced suicidal depression in my early twenties and fantasized about escape from my inner pain. Medication and therapy saved my life and enable me to continue my fight daily. But I think THIS really shows that depression is REAL...
How To Survive Depression
The lie of depression is there is no hope. Depression is literal hopelessness. You cannot see a future past the pain that you are suffering.
My name is Wil Wheaton. I Live With Chronic Depression and Generalized Anxiety. I Am Not Ashamed.
I am not ashamed to stand in front of the world and say, that I live with mental illness. I
Why Being Nice to Yourself Will Make You Happier, Healthier and More Successful, According to Science
The Golden Rule says to treat others as you would treat yourself. Self compassion research shows that, for most people, that's bad advice. If you really want to be successful, here's what you should do instead.
Depression and Inflammation- Breaking The Cycle - Soapbox
Depression is a sign from your body saying “Change your routine!" Once you understand the reasons for depression you can start to take charge of your mood.
How the Midlife Crisis Came to Be
Over the course of a few years in the 20th century, the midlife crisis went from an obscure psychological theory to a ubiquitous phenomenon.
The NHS is facing a mental health crisis. Can online therapy help?
A handful of app-based and online services mean people can access help without waiting for a therapist, but how does this compare to face-to-face treatment?
How Ralphie the doggo saved me from the hell of depression
On the 2nd of January 2018 I met the love of my life.
'The stigma is overwhelming': documentary investigates America's mental health crisis
Oscar-nominated film-maker Liz Garbus’s new documentary examines the difficulties of raising children with psychiatric disorders and why we need more empathy for their mothers