The Rise of the Instagram Therapist
With more therapists than ever on social media, we should ask whether they need to follow a new set of guidelines.
All the Ways Austerity Has Ruined the Lives of Disabled People
We spoke to Frances Ryan about her new book, 'Crippled: Austerity and the Demonisation of Disabled People'.
Students Are Looking to Each Other for Mental Health Support
Peer support is an important part of recovery, but universities must also improve their services.
Why You Should Make a 'Digital Will'
We spoke to psychologist Elaine Kasket about her new book, 'All the Ghosts in the Machine', which looks at what happens to our data when we die.
Why the UK's Mental Health Act Needs to Be Reformed
Conceived in 1983, when people in hospital for mental illness weren’t allowed to vote, problems with the Act mean it often does more harm than good.
Stop Telling Me Food Will Cure My Depression
No diet plan, no one foodstuff, is a panacea; nor will it provide a magic “cure” for any mental illness.
Big Dick Energy: Explained
What is it? Who has it? Who does not? And other questions as well.
How to Look After Your Mental Health During Freshers Week
Here are a few tips, just in case between being sick everywhere and kissing total strangers, you find yourself struggling.
How Not to Talk to a Woman Wearing Headphones
First up: maybe don't! Second point: no the second point is the same as the first, maybe don't.
How to Move to Another Country When You Have a Mental Illness
Emigrating is stressful enough when you're well, but it gets more complicated if you have mental health problems to contend with.
The Noisey Guide To Music and Mental Health
What's It Like to Be In a Band When You're Living With Bipolar Disorder?
"When you’re manic," explains Patrick Stickles from Titus Andronicus, "it can be dangerous to have a lot of people respond to it positively."
I Sent Everyone I've Ever Had Sex with a Survey to Find Out How Good I Am in Bed
Apparently I'm a bit "ferocious", but I give great head.