India's massive bystander apathy problem means people just stop and stare rather than actually help. But how did it get so bad?
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When a Bombay High Court judge said that groping a minor didn’t count as sexual assault unless there was “skin-to-skin contact”, I felt like all my trauma had been invalidated.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez told the story of her experience during the Capitol riots on Instagram Live for a reason.
“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.”
It's been the weirdest year in living memory.
Auditory hallucinations are often associated with schizophrenia, but many voice hearers don't fit the mould.
Users say sharing their stories helps process trauma, but some worry the videos could be triggering for those who don't expect to see them.
Many young artists see no choice but to leave Lebanon.
“My family and I have received so many condolence messages that it actually got really traumatic for us all.”
A startup founder who fled from a chaotic and violent childhood in Myanmar opens up about how MDMA-assisted psychotherapy helped her come to terms with repressed shame and grief.
If socio-political issues like racism, casteism, violence and policy failures affect our mental health so much, why do mental health professionals remain largely silent on them?