If you're feeling nervous about how to make conversation/tell a good joke/otherwise have fun, even with your close friends: Same!
Psychotherapists are now fusing mental health conversations with trends, filters, catchy songs and challenges on TikTok and Instagram to engage with the Gen Z audience.
We're all also dreaming about death a lot more.
A millennial in Italy told us, 'I’ve never felt more depressed and apathetic than I am right now,' and a Gen Zer in Mexico described their mental health as 'collapsing little by little.'
The news right now is bleak, and any personal stressors—like a breakup, job loss, or a pet getting sick—can make it even harder to have hope for the future.
So here’s some top-of-the-line content for you.
Researchers are examining whether the "extreme feelings" prompted by horror flicks could benefit our mental health, now that every day is terrifying.
Misinformation and stigma around the novel coronavirus has led to more than 100 patients fleeing from COVID-19 care facilities.
The world we live in ties our self-worth with our output, which means that the only way for many people to deal with their high-functioning anxiety is by working even more.
Coronavirus and its resultant lockdowns are not just driving more people to benzos but also making those who had tapered off the drug, go back to it.
Thyroid disorders are invisible, debilitating and way more common than you think.