mental health

The Sort of Parents ‘Generation Anxiety’ Will Grow Up to Be

How mental health intersects with our decision on whether or not to have kids in the future.
Biju Belinky
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

An Intimate Look at Seven Lesser-Known Types of OCD

These expressions of OCD are darker, harder to talk about, and can remain undiagnosed for years.
VICE Staff
mental health

The Many Obsessions That Can Haunt a Person with OCD

An intimate look at seven lesser-known types of OCD that are darker, harder to talk about, and can remain undiagnosed for years.
Shayla Love

Some People Spend Up to 4 Hours a Day Lost in Their Imagination

The condition is referred to as 'maladaptive daydreaming.'
Emma Young
mental health

Constantly Wondering if You're With 'The One' Could Be Relationship-OCD

Some people are consumed by the idea they might be with the "wrong" person, even when they deeply love their partner. Increasingly, experts are treating this fixation as a subtype of obsessive compulsive disorder.
Rebecca Kamm

Yes, I'm a Needy Woman

Even if I'm not allowed to be.
Madison Griffiths

I Keep Worrying I've Accidentally Killed People With My Mind

OCD isn't just thinking you've left the oven on.
Madison Griffiths
The VICE Guide to Right Now

No, Your Cat Is Not Making You Crazy

A new study found that a common parasite often spread by cats is not to blame for the development of mental health issues.
Anna Langston

I'm Obsessively Afraid That I Might Kill My Parents

Harm OCD is the obsessive fear of not being able to stop yourself from doing something terrible.
Octave Paradis

Living and Dealing with Body Dysmorphic Disorder

These two women have found an effective way to treat their BDD through art.
Michelle Olley
The Crown and Sceptre Issue

I Hired a Millennial Life Coach

I wanted to know why so many people in their 20s are entering the multibillion-dollar, nebulously defined life-coaching industry.
Amanda Shapiro
VICE vs Video games

How Video Games Helped Me Battle My OCD

Using video games to train those with obsessive-compulsive disorder can teach them that risks can be an adventure, and that you can't control everything save for how you react.
Christos Reid