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Do 'Rage Blackouts' Actually Exist?

Fury to the point of unconsciousness, after which your actions are no longer your 'own', is a controversial theory among mental health experts.
Angela Skujins
12.5.17
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Understanding Anhedonia, the Depression Symptom That Numbs Pleasure

"Nothing is fun anymore. You don't go out because you just think, what's the point?"
Katherine Gillespie
10.25.17
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Three People Share How They Fought Depression and Won

"There was a moment with friends when I looked around and felt, for the first time in a really long time, happy."
VICE Staff
9.20.17
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Yes, I'm a Needy Woman

Even if I'm not allowed to be.
Madison Griffiths
7.26.17
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How Memes Taught Millennials to Talk About Mental Health

Between the DMs and tags, starter packs and TFWs, memes have emerged as a unique language to support our generation's growing mental health dialogue.
i-D Staff
7.21.17
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Instagram Is the Worst App for Your Mental Health

It’s official, your favourite app is making you feel terrible.
i-D Staff
7.21.17
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How the Aussie Bloke Stereotype Destroys Australian Men

Our national image of manliness is obsolete—and it's killing us.
Patrick Marlborough
6.19.17
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I Keep Worrying I've Accidentally Killed People With My Mind

OCD isn't just thinking you've left the oven on.
Madison Griffiths
5.22.17
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Mania Is Not a Superpower

It’s tempting to believe the manic periods of bipolar can be somehow made productive. In my experience, they can’t.
Patrick Marlborough
5.10.17
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The Quest for a Pill to Stop the Pain

One of the hardest aspects of living with a mental illness is the searching for the right medication, and then the right dosage.
Patrick Marlborough
5.9.17