How Letter Writing Became an Unexpected Mental Health Aid
More people have realised how taking pen to paper can force you to consider the nuances, logic and depth of your thoughts.
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Long Walks Were the Antidote to My Fear of Failure
The meditation of walking in a city is not as internal as that of hiking. You do not lose yourself in the silence; rather, you melt into the physical beat of observation.
How Small Talk With Almost-Strangers Profoundly Affects Your Happiness
Research shows weak-tie relationships can be just as important as strong-tie relationships for our mental health.
How Do You Help an Online Friend Who Seems Depressed?
When you barely know someone, it's hard to tell what’s a mental health crisis and what’s just run-of-the-mill venting.
What Happened When I Stopped Going to Therapy
"During the last loss of both therapist and psychiatrist, I became technically homeless for four months."
Cannabis Oil Helped Me Through a Job-Anxiety Spiral
My job made me hate the universe so instead of self-help books I turned to CBD, THC and YouTube.
A Cynic’s Guide to Meditation
After a string of upsetting life events, I threw myself headfirst into meditation to deal with my anxieties—despite my apprehension that the practice was yet another bit of BS modernity.
I Tried Cold Water Swimming to See if the Rumored Health Benefits Were Real
More and more people are starting their days with a dip in ice cold water, with some saying it dramatically improves their ability to manage depression.
The Story of a Black-Out Benzo Addict
The blissful escape of benzodiazepines helped me cope with depression and anxiety, but my life ended up falling apart around me.
A Melbourne Hospital Will Trial Magic Mushroom Therapy for Dying Patients
Australia's first shroom trial is set to take place at St Vincent's Hospital in April.
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A Sanity Checklist for 2019
From sleeping well to logging off every once in a while.
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.