Fury to the point of unconsciousness, after which your actions are no longer your 'own', is a controversial theory among mental health experts.
"Nothing is fun anymore. You don't go out because you just think, what's the point?"
"There was a moment with friends when I looked around and felt, for the first time in a really long time, happy."
Even if I'm not allowed to be.
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.
It’s official, your favourite app is making you feel terrible.
Our national image of manliness is obsolete—and it's killing us.
OCD isn't just thinking you've left the oven on.
It’s tempting to believe the manic periods of bipolar can be somehow made productive. In my experience, they can’t.
One of the hardest aspects of living with a mental illness is the searching for the right medication, and then the right dosage.