Tech companies are making wearables to help manage anxiety and stress. But psychology experts say they’re no substitute for old-fashioned therapy.
“I’d probably be lying if I said this was altruistic, but the way I see it, I’d much rather my money go to somebody who appreciates me as opposed to blowing it all at a strip club.”
India’s central armed police forces have been reeling under a mental health crisis for years. The pandemic made things worse.
As Instagram Lives replaced real life interactions for many this year, we look into whether social media addiction has actually been a coping mechanism for people like me.
Cycling through painful possibilities doesn’t actually help you steel yourself against their impact—it just makes you feel worse in the present.
Do people tend to date people who look like them? Or is it confirmation bias? Mods?
Hats, scarves, headbands and caps were my best friends because I was hiding the bald patches on my head that I had created by pulling out one hair at a time.
Cynical people are more adversely affected by stressful situations than those who respond with anger.
An intriguing premise and a clever idea for a visual style go badly wrong in this ambitious but clueless sci-fi murder mystery.
Colonised countries tend to adopt a western lens to mental health. But it’s time we consider more homegrown models of community care and the use of arts in healing.
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.