The Anxiety Hour
Filthyratbag Is the Viral Artist Drawing the Internet’s Midlife Crisis
18-year-old illustrator Celeste Mountjoy is here to remind you that teen angst is real angst.
I Tried Rope Bondage as a Coping Mechanism for My Anxiety
It felt like yoga—a steady, reliable movement from discomfort to comfort and I was in control of the pace.
Tracey Anne Duncan
Depictions of Mental Health On TV Have a Class Problem
While shows like 'Fleabag' successfully reckon with the psychological and existential crises facing young people today, they fail to acknowledge the financial one.
This Week in Science
Your Choices Can Be Seen in Your Brain Before You’re Conscious of Them
This week in science: taking nutritional supplements can't prevent depression, a video of a droplet doing something you've never seen water do, and researchers predicted people’s choices before they made them.
Tracey Emin's 'A Fortnight of Tears' Is Catharsis in Action
The show at south London's White Cube Gallery sees Emin meditating on love, loss and insomnia, to frequently devastating effect.
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.
This Week in Science
This Is The Best Kind of Disguise To Conceal Your Identity
This week in science: using brain imaging to predict who will respond to antidepressants, how your personality rubs off on your cat, and a disguise that is surprisingly effective.
My Insurance Didn’t Cover Therapy, So I Coped With Weed and Alcohol
"I couldn’t afford it anymore so I quit. As a result, I started getting into a very dark place mentally."
What to Watch According to How Sad You Are This February
Whether you’re heartbroken or politically distraught, there are plenty of ways to indulge in misery.
An Ode to Yogis Who Bring Darkness to Yoga
Yoga doesn't have to be unrealistically positive to be helpful.
Expressing Myself Through Clothing Has Helped Me Deal With Depression
But I worry that I'll become image-obsessed.
'Two For Joy' Isn't Your Standard 'Gritty' Drama
We spoke to British filmmaker Tom Beard about his first feature length, which deals with grief, depression, class and, ultimately, hope.