Scientists Want to Inspire Public Conversations About Death
A new installation at a London shopping mall aims to make conversations about our mortality more commonplace.
Sometimes Depression Means Not Feeling Anything At All
Not happy. Not sad. Just nothing.
The Psychological Effects of Grieving on Social Media
Facebook has transformed the way a lot of people experience loss and express grief. But is it helpful?
How to Know What Kind of Therapy You Need
Depending on what you're going through.
This Mental Health Podcaster Told Me How to Deal with the Death of My Friend
I spoke to comedian Mike Brown about what it means to be a black man in search of therapy.
Men Tend to Struggle With Breakup Regret More Than Women
Regrets over relationships that went south is more common than other forms of regret, psychologists say.
Dreams Can Help People Deal With Grief and Breakups
During painful transitions such as breakups, divorce, and the loss of loved ones, dreams can become so vivid that even the biggest skeptics take notice of their nocturnal visions.
BFI London Film Festival 2018
Steve McQueen's 'Widows' Is a Tale of Grief Told With Loads of Guns
The film's three bereaved leading women pay off the $2 million debt left by their career-criminal husbands while masterfully dealing with race and class along the way.
This Week in Science
Your Body Releases Something Into The Air When You Watch Scary Movies
And other crazy science news this week.
How Your Art Changes When You’re Told You’re Dying
“What I'm doing is immortality,” Jeiven says. “I'm putting art on people that's going to walk around after I'm gone.”
When a Family Member Survives a Suicide Attempt
With hope comes the very real dread that he will try to kill himself again.
Erica Jackson Curran
Seven Things You Need to Deal With When a Family Member Dies
The bureaucratic tasks—handling bills, dealing with a funeral home, finding bank accounts—can take people by surprise.