Patients with catatonia look frozen on the outside. On the inside they feel overwhelmed by fear and anxiety.
Photographer and curator Jon Feinstein discusses his and other artists' interpretations of these diseases through image-making.
The possible explanations could help us better understand the condition.
How strongly and accurately you feel your heart beating could tell you something about your mental health.
As more people become interested in trying psychedelics, spa-like retreats are popping up all over the world. Should people with mental health issues feel safe trying them?
Your inner monologue might sound like how you speak out loud—or a more abstract form of expression all your own.
Affirmation is important, but too much can become suffocating for LGBTQ clients.
Being more intentional with our social interactions can improve our well-being and help stave off emotional burnout.
Fewer people report starting a Dry January, probably because fewer people are drinking at all.
Moderation can help you reach your goals, but only if you're precise about what it means to be moderate.
As long as it took you to read that headline. Or shorter. Or it might not exist at all.
Making risotto is a lot of work—and that feels like a triumph over hiding in my bedroom and only eating to survive.