If you’re struggling to detach yourself from your various devices during this pandemic—or, if you can't do that out of necessity, but would like strategies for constantly looking at a screen without wanting to crack it into pieces—here are some tips.
Managing other people's reactions to your trauma is exhausting; enlisting someone else to update folks your behalf is a small act of self-care, and an easy way to take people up on their “let me know if you need anything” offers.
"Down to Earth," hosted by Zac Efron, is just one new show on the platform to peddle pseudoscience about health.
Some therapists advertising kink- and polyamory-friendly treatment might not be all they seem. Here's what to look for if you're seeking mental healthcare that doesn't see "sexual deviance" as deviance.
"It’s one of these 'rules of thumb' that people learn when they start doing neuroscience, that including left-handed individuals is bad.”
Teletherapy was not widely accepted pre-pandemic, but when circumstances forced providers' hands, both sides realized the setup has unique benefits.
If your loved ones seem to need more from you right now, there are plenty of ways to be there for them and be good to yourself, too.
An illuminating new survey shows record-breaking levels of discontent in the United States. What's going on?
Opening Doors London offers friendship to the most vulnerable and isolated in the community by way of a weekly visit from a volunteer.
Walking the length of an ultramarathon with no training was a test for the body and the mind.
In South Korea – where how much you drink can determine if you get a job, or people get kicked out of a bar for not drinking – staying sober is an even bigger challenge.
When the future is uncertain, people have been dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic by acting more recklessly in the present—even if they're not leaving their homes to do it.