18-year-old illustrator Celeste Mountjoy is here to remind you that teen angst is real angst.
It felt like yoga—a steady, reliable movement from discomfort to comfort and I was in control of the pace.
While shows like 'Fleabag' successfully reckon with the psychological and existential crises facing young people today, they fail to acknowledge the financial one.
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The show at south London's White Cube Gallery sees Emin meditating on love, loss and insomnia, to frequently devastating effect.
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.
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"I couldn’t afford it anymore so I quit. As a result, I started getting into a very dark place mentally."
Whether you’re heartbroken or politically distraught, there are plenty of ways to indulge in misery.
Yoga doesn't have to be unrealistically positive to be helpful.
But I worry that I'll become image-obsessed.
We spoke to British filmmaker Tom Beard about his first feature length, which deals with grief, depression, class and, ultimately, hope.